overhand

[ UK /ˌə‍ʊvəhˈænd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. sewn together with overhand stitches (close vertical stitches that pass over and draw the two edges together)
  2. with hand brought forward and down from above shoulder level
    an overhand stroke
    an overhand pitch
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How To Use overhand In A Sentence

  • I thought at first that getting out of bed before my eyes are fairly open, and turning myself into a circus acrobat by doing every kind of overhand, foot, arm and leg contortion that the mind of cruel man could invent to torture a human being with, would kill me before I had been at it a week, but when I read on page sixteen that as soon as all that horror was over I must jump right into the tub of cold water, The Melting of Molly
  • that must have been much too soon, and Bauman turned and got his right up barely in time to catch Muñoz" overhand. STONE CITY
  • Hold a barbell in both hands with an overhand grip.
  • Pick up the kettlebell with an overhand grip. The Sun
  • These are basically the same stitch, called overhand if it is perpendicular and whipping if it is slanted. HOME COMFORTS
  • Grab a barbell with an overhand grip , and stand your feet shoulder - width apartyour knees slightly bent.
  • Start with an overhand grip (palms away) on the bar slightly wider than shoulder width.
  • Using an overhand grip, extend your arms to the ceiling in line with your chest.
  • Mogende te overhandigen en bij welk nader adres gemelde heer The Medallic History of the United States of America 1776-1876
  • Alternatively, three threads can be woven in, each one weaving over and under the warp threads in opposite rows with the ends tied in overhand knots, which will still allow the sprang a degree of widthways stretch.
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