Handled is described as fitted with or having a handle or having a usually specified type of handle; as, a D-Handle - a standard handle for a short-handled stick tool used for gardening

Example: Trainer which is a red-handled non-sharpened knife used for training and practice purposes.
Ref: 120598/2006-09-19

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