underarm

[ US /ˌəndɝˈɑɹm/ ]
[ UK /ˌʌndəɹˈɑːm/ ]
ADVERB
  1. with the hand swung below shoulder level
    throwing a ball underarm
ADJECTIVE
  1. with hand brought forward and up from below shoulder level
    an underhand pitch
    an underhand stroke
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How To Use underarm In A Sentence

  • And it wasn't some nice, looping, underarm throw that would have guaranteed the bottle would land safely in Drifter's hands, either.
  • Mary is no stickler for grooming, and Daniels requested that Mo'Nique skip shaving her underarms and eat chips by the bagful to encourage facial blemishes. Women of 'Precious' undertake transformational roles
  • Jack's injured his shoulder, so he'll have to bowl underarm.
  • As a result, underarm bowling was banned from international cricket.
  • Women who want to remove underarm hair should use an electric razor or cream rather than a blade.
  • Jessica handed me a pilot's uniform; it was a one-piece suit, from the mid-chest down it was a deep navy blue, the rest was red with patches of black along the underarms and sternum.
  • Latham couldn't believe his luck and gladly accepted the offer of the underarm lob from half way down the pitch to remind voters of Howard's cut and run strategy.
  • Cheap scent and costlier scent like fly spray, sticky underarm deodorant, hair lacquer, babies and washing-up hands.
  • Some 62% of the women surveyed said they suffer underarm skin problems like breakouts, discoloration or itchiness, according to research at Unilever, known as the maker of Lipton Tea, Vaseline, Sunsilk shampoos, Hellmann's mayonnaise and other big brands. Unilever Tackles the Ugly Underarm
  • A no-ride-up underarm gusset lets you raise your arms without lifting the jacket body, adding comfort while carrying a backpack.
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