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hankie short form of 'handkerchief'
UK: Could you pass me a handkerchief please?
US: Sorry, my handkerchief is very very dirty.
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- "Next time use a hankie, would you?"
- "Moira : A handkerchief, you idiot."
- "Sam : Oh, please use my handkerchief Mr. Quincy."
- "You're blowing your nose into satin handkerchiefs."
- "Brent : Sorry Moira, what's a 'hankie'?"
- "PS: You had better bring some kleenex or a handkerchief to your meeting, just in case."
- "(A handkerchief held in front of the mouth and nose would work out at just 40 cents per unit."
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