from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The act of balancing on the hands with one's feet in the air.
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- n. A movement or position in which a person is upside down, supported by their arms with their hands on the ground.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The gymnastic act of supporting oneself by one's hands alone in an upside down position.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of supporting yourself by your hands alone in an upside down position
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Then a kind of handstand where you fling your legs up in the air.
A giant red lobster doing a handstand is a great metaphor for the artist's erect … interest in Dalí. "
For his next trick, the onetime Michigan cheerleader will grip one friend by the shoulders and hoist himself into an arm-to-arm handstand.
An artist walks down the road carrying a can of kerosene and lights a handstand on fire.
I read that he used to breakdance (which shows) and that sick one arm handstand?
She gave a slight bounce in her hips to spring up into a handstand on the beam, arched her back, and faced forward, smiling at Gene.
She did a handstand and walked in a circle around her cell.
Seventy and still mighty enough to do a yogic handstand, Ivy passed through the room in her celestial gold Valentino from his final collection; her diamonds and pearls perched atop her small chest like a prow cutting the sea.
His endless cheering as the only spectator of my underwater handstand act at the beach made me proud.
Almost immediately, April, who is 21, did a handstand.