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Synonyms for arm

upper limb



an arm and a leg


would give your right arm for something


  • would do anything for
  • would kill for
  • would sell your own grandmother for
  • would give your eye teeth for

Synonyms for arm

something resembling or structurally analogous to a tree branch

a part added to a main structure

a component of government that performs a given function

Synonyms for arm

any projection that is thought to resemble a human arm


Related Words

the part of an armchair or sofa that supports the elbow and forearm of a seated person

the part of a garment that is attached at the armhole and that provides a cloth covering for the arm

prepare oneself for a military confrontation

supply with arms

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Picking it up and carrying it home, under the kitchen light he discovered that it was an armload of wood.
I gathered an armload of firewood from the woodshed.
Customers bought the special offers by the armload and ignored Boots' dearer and more profitable ranges.
He investigated and noticed a man emerging from a nearby computer store with an armload of goods.
and emerge in the middle of nowhere with an armload
On winter mornings we usually warm up by bringing in an armload of wood for the kitchen stove so the room temperature will be tolerable when the one who scrapes the toast finally comes stumbling from her den.
Easy to maneuver in small garden spaces, these tools are also easy to carry; rather than struggle to the vegetable patch with a big armload, all you need is a bag of tool heads and one long handle.
This new relationship is underwritten with an armload of fresh trade and industrial agreements.
Monahan of Lancaster, who was checking out with an armload of merchandise while her grandson sat in a stroller, gave the changes an "A-plus.
At the Autzen Duck Store on Wednesday, John and Carole Rutledge of Eugene were in the market for green-and-yellow pom-poms and an armload of preschool-size T-shirts in Duck yellow.
Parents tote reading material by the armload, following their energetic charges.
Normally, conversations about Oregon real estate pause at this moment for expressions of regret for not having scooped up houses by the armload in the 1980s.
Steven Sandler, 37, of Woodland Hills gave the Scouts an armload of tuna and canned vegetables, including canned asparagus.
Susie Martin echoed that sentiment in her letter of support to Ryan: "I can't escape the place without an armload of books and the feeling that I've just had a special treat in the midst of my busy life," she wrote.
RFID tag attached to each parcel, the driver can carry an armload