000 Formidable Hand On Hip Crossword Design
Many people have no idea what "hands on hips" means. It appears to be a new term in the English language. I was unable to find any research in the English language about it, or if it's even a real phrase. So let's take a closer look at this phrase.
The definition of hands on is "to work or act with both hands." The hands are often used to guide the object while you attempt a crossword, puzzle, or other word search. " Hands on" is another way of saying "worked with." A puzzle that requires the "hands" will involve some manipulation of the various letters and numbers on the puzzle board. This manipulation can be done without your hands. "On" simply means working with your hands.
I'm not sure that "hands on" is a term that would appear regularly in a crossword puzzle. It does show up in phrases like "worked with," "made without hands," and "made with hands." In these phrases the words "hands" and "made" are used more than "on." So maybe "hands on" is a more common phrase. There is one word in the puzzle that seems to indicate hands on: the word "cross."
The meaning of "crossword" might be "a difficult task completed by a group of people." The word "crossword" could also be an allusion to a sport such as "cross-diving." The term "crossword" also shows up frequently in the names of the puzzle competitions.
"Work with your hands" and "made without hands" sound very much like phrases describing the sport of crosswords. The fact that these phrases are used, without specifying what they mean, indicates that the term has taken on a life of its own. It is likely that "made without hands" and "work with your hands" have been co-opted from popular terms. "Hand manipulation" is a perfectly good term that describes the act of laying across a page and holding words in your mouth in an attempt to shape them into words. There's nothing wrong with this; it is a common activity.
"Work with your hands" sounds more like the more direct alternative to the phrase "crossword puzzles with your hands." The phrase does suggest that people are using their hands in the puzzle. This could indicate that there is a logical process to solving crosswords. The puzzle is presented and the solver must find a word without using his hands. Alternately, "worked with your hands" may mean that the solver is using his hands to manipulate the letters of the word in the puzzle. Again, there is nothing wrong with this except that it sounds more mechanical than organic.
The term "hideless" is another clue that we may be hearing "crossword puzzle" a lot more often. When words are hidden inside of a crossword, the solver cannot see the letters that compose the word. In order to solve the crossword, the solver needs to look at the board and figure out where each word is located. Again, this does not sound like the action of a child who is simply looking for a particular letter on the crossword.
Some people will claim that it is wrong to call the solver "your hands" because he or she should be using his or her brain. However, if you ask a person who solves crosswords with his or her hands to explain the process, they will most likely tell you that it is a matter of trial and error. That means that it is possible for a person to make mistakes, but it is also possible for the person to make perfect words by using his or her hands.
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