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- noun The forward thrust of one's
fist, as in celebration.
- noun The hitting together of two people's
fists, as e.g. a greeting.
- verb To thrust one's fist forward.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
"I'm a pretty even-keeled guy, but I gave it a fist-pump," Lewis said of the play.
I'm sorry, kids, nothing that aforementioned foursome produced approaches the anthemic core of the rock and roll gut like "Rock N 'Roll All Nite," never mind the brilliant fist-pump of "Detroit Rock City".
If you are unable to attend, make sure that on Thursday, you give a patented Gary Williams fist-pump for the greatest basketball coach the University of Maryland could ever ask for.
"Pauly D and fist-pump dance time?" asked yet another.
True, but it did lack that fist-pump moment when the Cardassian fleet saved the Defiants arse
With some signaling and a graceful fist-pump, he launched the hawk high into the sky, where it hovered for a moment searching for its target, then dove to where the fake bunny was tucked into the wood.
What the listener gets are sparkling, tumbling songs such as “Nothing Left,” which opens with an ominous riff, adds an off-kilter slashing rhythm section and leaps into an infectious fist-pump chant before cascading into a brilliant chorus that contains an actual hook.
And here, in a scene so emotionally rewarding you'll want to give Villani a fist-pump, is the Homicide chief grilling a high government official who just happened to be the young prostitute's final client:
As Murray broke decisively in the second set he turned to fist-pump towards his girlfriend in the stands, but seemed briefly to be directing this gesture at the Queen.
After a brief discussion, he walked back to his mark and saved the break point with a crunching forehand, prompting an enormous fist-pump.