sidearm

[ UK /sˈa‍ɪdɑːm/ ]
[ US /ˈsaɪdɑɹm/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a sidearm manner
    he prefers to throw sidearm
ADJECTIVE
  1. (of pitches) made with the arm moving parallel to the ground
    a sidearm pitch
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How To Use sidearm In A Sentence

  • When general manager Ken Williams watched the tape, he liked what he saw - sinking and moving pitches, a sidearm delivery and an ability as a right-hander to get out left-handed hitters.
  • After a few minutes of conversation we mentioned his two sidearms that were in finely tooled holsters on a splendid gunbelt. On Dear Days Gone By
  • Though he has been criticized for his unorthodox sidearm delivery, he is the second-leading passer in the history of the league.
  • It was then that he added a pitch he calls his "Frisbee," a slow, sidearm breaking ball that made him look as if he was skimming a flat rock across a still pond. When All Else Fails, Try Sidearm
  • (Oakland sidearmer Chad Bradford's) coming from an awkward position. ... USATODAY.com
  • Johnson had a blazing fastball that flowed effortlessly from his exaggerated sidearm delivery.
  • We who carry sidearms are also in need of knowing the basic in and outs of knife offense/defense.
  • Stainless" is a misnomer; it should be described as "stain resistant" because it will discolor or oxidize a bit, but I don't clean my stainless rifles and sidearms any differently (or any less thoroughly) than those of blued or Parkerized steel. I just ordered my first stainless gun, is there any difference between cleaning a stainless steel or blued gun?
  • And having a personal sidearm wouldn't help you under many civil war scenarios.
  • The sidearmer primarily is a fastball-slider pitcher who tops out at 89 mph and gets by on control and mixing pitches.
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