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  • n. The hands in a relaxed state, especially for a batsman to play with a dead bat, or for a fielder to catch the ball without it bouncing out.


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  • GungGung wrapped his big soft hands over Ruby’s lollipop-size hands on the steering wheel, and Ruby gave the car a little gas.

    RUBY LU, BRAVE and true

  • Miss Wu had soft hands like a true mer-princess and wore perfume that smelled like lemonade.

    RUBY LU, BRAVE and true

  • The augur hurned to obey; he was perhaps ten years senior to Auk, with protruding teeth and small, soft hands that had begun to bleed almost before they had left Limna.

    Calde of the Long Sun

  • He was somewhat effeminate with his long eyelashes, his very long, soft hands and his slim, six-foot one-inch frame.



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