- n. Plural form of wrist.
“Jack lies bare-chested in loose garments with one muscular arm raised above his head; a phallic drinking-horn hangs around his neck and a sash, which may later be used to bind Rosa's wrists, is tied around his waist.”
“They've never recognized that pointing to their wrists was a request for the time of day.”
“His wrists were the size of an average man's biceps.”
“It appears that my wrists might be the end of every professional endevour i may ever choose.”
“But the bracelets of plain black iron that encircled her wrists were a symbol as well, and one she hated, for the god Al'Kiir accepted only those into his service who admitted themselves to be his slaves.”
“And here on my wrists are the imprints of your fingers!”
“Conspicuous on each of her wrists was a dark ring, the mark of the cords with which she had been tied by the ruffians.”
“The big black ball is called "Gantz", and that the lady in the header is Kei Kishimoto, who got all emo and slit her wrists, which is somehow one of the ways you can get yourself a spiffy Gantz suit, including showing up in Gantz's room all naked and such.”
“The man told deputies the wounds on his wrists were the result of having been handcuffed, apparently when he was left alone in the Bronson home for hours, sheriff's officials say.”
“Robotic surgery tool -- the DaVinci -- has "wrists" and 3D vision that greatly improve dexterity.”
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Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
Words I can't stand because they feel awful to say.
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