wrist

[ UK /ɹˈɪst/ ]
[ US /ˈɹɪst/ ]
NOUN
  1. a joint between the distal end of the radius and the proximal row of carpal bones
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How To Use wrist In A Sentence

  • A gold bracelet will be on your wrist till the end of time. Times, Sunday Times
  • He has a very expensive wristwatch and he misses no opportunity to show it off.
  • A deep cut on her wrist was bleeding profusely.
  • Her wrists were bound together with rope, and so were her ankles, her neck open to the air and the world, and her entire body was in a guillotine, the blade lingering high above.
  • A dislocated wrist, unsuccessfuily set, occasioned advice from my surgeon, to try the mineral waters of Aix, in Provence, as a corroborant. Autobiography
  • Attempts to rip it off gave me a sprained wrist. The Sun
  • How did it come to be that he, lustrous Kennington, had to instruct these limp-wristed ladies in something he was born knowing? Shortcut Man
  • flex your wrists
  • Wrist, arm or ankle fractures account for 50 percent of injuries.
  • As I watched him, he groaned and tried to raise his hands to his face; the chain from his wrist to his ankle manacles stopped him.
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