Definitions for "Panhandle"
Keywords:  accost, beg, baker, virginia, narrow
To accost people in a public place and ask for money; to beg.
A narrow projection of a larger territory (as a state).
a relatively narrow strip of land projecting from some larger area; "Wheeling is located in the northern panhandle of West Virginia"
Northwest Florida, often referred to as the Florida Panhandle, includes the 16 westernmost counties of the state and the cities of Tallahassee (the state capital), Pensacola and Panama City.
a geographic term for a long and usually thin projection of a U
A panhandle is an informal geographic term for an elongated tail-like protrusion of a geo-political entity, such as a subnational entity or a sovereign state. The term derives from the analogous part of a cooking pan and its use is generally confined to the United States. A panhandle is similar to a peninsula in shape, but unlike a peninsula it is not surrounded by water on three sides and connected to a geographical mainland.
Keywords:  handle
The handle of a pan;
Keywords:  glass, full, company, service
a full-service glass company
to obtain by panhandling.