from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In boxing, given with a horizontal swing of the arm.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
SHE WAS a Tewana of the Tehuantepec Isthmus, a primal woman, round-armed, deep-breasted, shapely as the dream on which Canova modeled
He spent all his time, save that required for meals and the shortest necessary sleep, in a round-armed wooden chair in the wireless station of the Atlas Building.
New Years, now become old, or a round-armed daughter, who would wish to have him neat, were it only out of self-respect and for the ploughman sweetheart when he looks round at night.
Errr, no, England's batsmen should have their steel-enforced toecaps at the ready to combat some round-armed yorkers, as Lasith 'the slinger' Malinga has also taken seven for 127 in the tournament.
It's not illegal, but Malinga seems to be bowling even more round-armed than he did before his injury.
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