forearm forearm  /fɔ ˈrɑrm/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) the part of the superior limb between the elbow and the wrist
  2. (v) arm in advance of a confrontation

Usage(s):

  1. When the Fokker began its steep descent, he began whimpering to Jesus and grabbing my forearm so tight, I felt my palm go cold from lack of circulation.
  2. According to McCowan, himself a sufferer, rapid repetitive arm movement with much abrupt bending and twisting of the wrist and forearm are required to maneuver the spaceship.
  3. Kaori examines the scars on her forearm.

News

  1. Police beat: Forearm crutches, mini car among stolen items

    A man reported an electric wood eater, forearm crutches, tool set and mini car stolen in the 100 block of Patten Street.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: The Marion Star

  2. Alex Avila: (Forearm) Rehab Assignment on Tap

    Update: Avila (forearm) is expected to head out on a rehab assignment over the weekend, the Detroit News reports.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Rotowire.com via Yahoo! Sports

  3. Alex Avila: (Forearm) Lands on DL

    Update: Avila (forearm) landed on the disabled list Monday, MLive reports.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Rotowire.com via Yahoo! Sports

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Quotes

  1. "When he was warming he said his forearm was sore," manager Terry Francona said. "He said he could pitch, but would have to change his delivery. We weren't comfortable with that."
    on Jun 12, 2010 By: Terry Francona Source: Lewiston Sun Journal

  2. "It was a reaction play. I stepped up to make the hit and got him with my forearm," said Pronger, who practiced with the team Sunday. "Obviously you've got to suffer the consequences of what's come down. It was a situation we were in last...
    on Jun 3, 2007 By: Chris Pronger Source: Forbes

  3. "His foot is much better, but he's got a problem with his right forearm," manager Sam Perlozzo said. "We want to get everything calmed down so we'll give him a couple of days and shoot him back in there."
    on Mar 10, 2007 By: Sam Perlozzo Source: SI.com

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