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Noun(1) the part of the superior limb between the elbow and the wrist
Verb(1) arm in advance of a confrontation
(1) Without a word, he pushed my sleeves up to my elbow, until my forearm was exposed.(2) On her left arm was a gold band that went around her wrist and over her forearm .(3) It was a metal brace, stuck firmly to his arm from the wrist to half his forearm .(4) They flex your elbow and rotate your forearm , so your palms can face up or down.(5) An even smaller girl who is seated nearer the front is the next to extend her forearm eagerly.(6) I lay still, watching him approach, reach out an arm and touch my right forearm with a single finger.(7) On one arm, a pair of black metal claws jutted out from the forearm , extending far past the hand.(8) A section of skin from his thigh was then grafted on to his forearm to reduce visible scarring.(9) There was a large scrape from the middle of his forearm to his elbow, bits of dirt with the blood.(10) A bruise stretching from below her wrist bone almost to her forearm caught his eye.(11) Being forearmed with this knowledge, is it so outlandish to conclude that a more advanced civilization from another celestial island has come to this one in the past as we plan to do in the future?(12) I think it's a good thing because if you know you're forewarned, you're forearmed .(13) If somebody could have drawn the other side's attention to Lockley yesterday, they could have been forearmed with it.(14) You'll have to be a bit more assertive - and forearmed .(15) Then she lists exercises for the shoulders, upper arms, forearms , wrists and fingers.(16) He makes confident strides towards the centre of this fascinating maelstrom, forearmed with in-depth knowledge of India's many contradictions and charms.
(1) forearm :: fraich
1. hand ::
2. forearm ::
3. cubit ::
4. arm ::
5. mitt ::
6. limb ::
7. extremity ::
8. compartment ::
9. cabin ::
10. room ::
Different Formsforearm, forearmed, forearming, forearms
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