- n. Plural form of forearm.
“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_!”
“When we correlated that with medical and police records of domestic abuse, we found that the forearms are the most heavily injured," said Whiton.”
“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.”
“My forearms are a nice tan colour (they will be by tomorrow anyway) and my upper arms are a not-so-tan colour.”
“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.”
“My forearms are the forearms of Neith, the Lady of”
“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.”
“The pain traveled up from my hands to my forearms, all the way to my shoulders and into my neck, which became perpetually sore.”
“He squeezed the muscles in my forearms and had me flex my wrists and bend my fingers.”
“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.”
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