Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of forearm.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Johannes Klubertanz, a member of the great and honest German-American element, while walking through Lincoln Park early one morning, stumbled over some objects which, upon examination, proved to be twelve human forearms, _right forearms_!

    The Strange Adventures of Mr. Middleton

  • "When we correlated that with medical and police records of domestic abuse, we found that the forearms are the most heavily injured," said Whiton.

    Wearable Technology Detects Abuse | Impact Lab

  • Built into the forearms are a small recording device, a pepper-spray gun and a detachable transponder that can be swallowed in case of trouble.

    The "grizzly man" goes high tech with battle suit

  • My forearms are a nice tan colour (they will be by tomorrow anyway) and my upper arms are a not-so-tan colour.

    j-gan Diary Entry

  • His chest was like a barrel, and his forearms were the most powerful that I have ever seen, with deep groves between the smooth-swelling muscles like a piece of water-worn rock.

    Rodney stone

  • My forearms are the forearms of Neith, the Lady of

    Egyptian Literature Comprising Egyptian tales, hymns, litanies, invocations, the Book of the Dead, and cuneiform writings

  • Instead, Wilson displays poor tackling form and ends relying on the strength in his hands and forearms, which is ample, to grab and throw down opposing players.

    Burnt Orange Nation

  • The pain traveled up from my hands to my forearms, all the way to my shoulders and into my neck, which became perpetually sore.

    Dirty Secret

  • He squeezed the muscles in my forearms and had me flex my wrists and bend my fingers.

    Dirty Secret

  • He had me close my eyes and tell him when I felt sensation in my fingers as he pricked them with something resembling an ice pick; using a small metal and wire contraption that looked straight out of the nineteenth century, he tested the strength in my fingers, wrists, forearms, biceps, and triceps.

    Dirty Secret

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