one-armed : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • s  having one arm
    a one-armed veteran

  • One was Mihai Itsa-Marin, one-armed mayor of the Bucharest suburb of Serban-Voda.
  • Like one-armed players, he catches the ball with his gloved left hand, then quickly drops glove and ball, picks up the ball and throws it with the same hand.
  • The average American is working two and a half jobs, gets two weeks off and has all the employment security of a one-armed trapeze artist.
News & Articles


  • Pat Riley in
    The fact there's a possibility would give us hope,coach Pat Riley said. "He's a pretty good player. He probably would be a pretty good player one-armed."
  • Stephen Hendry in Sky News
    Looking ahead to a possible showdown with O'Sullivan, Hendry added: "He is the best player in the world at the moment, right-handed, left-handed, one-legged, one-armed, whatever you want. He's knocking in centuries all over the place. He's a genius....
  • Michael Steele in AFP
    We need to uptick our image with everyone, including one-armed midgets,Michael Steele, elected in late January as the first black chairman of the Republican National Committee, told the Washington Times.

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