Handclasp



[hand-klasp, -klahsp] /ˈhændˌklæsp, -ˌklɑsp/

noun
1.
a gripping of by two or more people, as in greeting, parting, making a commitment, or expressing affection.
/ˈhændˌklɑːsp/
noun
1.
(US) another word for handshake

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