1 Clods were handy and the air was full of them in a twinkling.
2 He entered the church, now, with a swarm of clean and noisy boys and girls, proceeded to his seat and started a quarrel with the first boy that came handy.
3 When something fresh in this line came out she was in a fever, right away, to try it; not on herself, for she was never ailing, but on anybody else that came handy.
4 But there warn't any other place as handy after that fool of a job.
5 But by and by pap got too handy with his hick'ry, and I couldn't stand it.
6 They would all come handy by and by, I judged.
7 We put all the other things handy at the back of the cavern.
8 She said she had to have things handy to throw at them when she was alone, or they wouldn't give her no peace.
9 I set it down, private, because somebody might want me to spell it next, and so I wanted to be handy with it and rattle it off like I was used to it.
10 The men took their guns along, so did Buck, and kept them between their knees or stood them handy against the wall.
11 Of course he would a throwed more style into it, but I can't do that very handy, not being brung up to it.
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12 I reckon you ain't used to lying, it don't seem to come handy; what you want is practice.
13 So we allowed we would steal everything there was that come handy.
14 In the morning we went out to the woodpile and chopped up the brass candlestick into handy sizes, and Tom put them and the pewter spoon in his pocket.
15 I hid the letter behind the first thing that come handy, and rushed.