Definitions for handed-down
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word handed-down
having been passed along from generation to generation
"among Biblical critics a tralatitious interpretation is one received by expositor from expositor"
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
She loves hosting some holidays, loves cooking her recipes that have been handed down from the generations.
They created a community atmosphere, there was a familiarity between the traders and that came from being handed down amongst many families.
This has never been about exclusion, it’s about the freedom to practice and proclaim faith in Jesus Christ as it has been handed down to us.
He has challenged society and the judicial system. The death sentences handed down in this case should be carried out without delay and the appeals dismissed.
Whether they were handed down from one generation to another, or they belong to another athlete from another country, we don't know, i wouldn't limit it to Australian athletes at this stage.
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