Definitions for out of hand

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. out of hand, beyond control(adverb)

    out of control

    "the riots got out of hand"

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  1. out of hand(Adverb)

    Immediately.

  2. out of hand(Adverb)

    Without thought or consideration.

  3. out of hand(Adjective)

    Not under control.

Freebase

  1. Out of Hand

    Out of Hand is a 1975 honky tonk album by Country music singer Gary Stewart. The singer's second album, his debut for RCA Records, reached #6 on Billboard's "Country Albums" chart, launching three charting singles, "Drinkin' Thing", "Out of Hand", and "She's Actin' Single". The album, a departure from prevalent country styles at the time of its release, was a critical as well as a commercial success and has come to be regarded as a classic in the honky tonk genre.


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out of hand

unable to be controlled

The angry crowd was getting out of hand.

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