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- n. a hand with the fingers clenched in the palm (as for hitting)
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He brought the clenched fist of his free hand down in two blows, rat-tat, on Michael's paws.
"Bwana Sinclair," announced this venerable gentleman, holding up a clenched fist for silence.
The clenched fist hit the ta-bletop and made the dishes dance.
Of course, the intervention of RCD Battle Group was of fundamental importance since it alone possessed the power of a closely clenched fist hitting the enemy in a soft spot.
He held his clenched fist in front of Ernie’s face as if it were an object of virtue.