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Synonyms for overhand

with hand brought forward and down from above shoulder level

sewn together with overhand stitches (close vertical stitches that pass over and draw the two edges together)


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Otherwise, Chapman was content to hit roof shots to the weak side because he inevitably earned a back-wall setup when the opponent overhit the overhand return.
Thurman had a strong start and an overhand right clearly hurt Garcia in the first stanza.
The Mexican-American challenger let his hands go in the seventh round and an overhand right had Joshua crashing down for a third time.
Crawford, who is considered one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the world, sent Khan to the canvas in the first round with an overhand right followed by a left to the temple.
"That's what I feel has happened here, I didn't give him his respect, I marched forward, I didn't give a s--t, I got caught with that overhand."
When worn, it is 30 inches long and hung in two strips that are five inches wide, this is then tied in place with a simple overhand knot.
Most are underhand flippers; a few, overhand flippers; and some are turners, gripping the horseshoe by its sides.
The Briton, 31, floored his rival with a straight right in the second round but took an overhand right to go down and stun those at Arena Birmingham.
Double thread a needle with a 50" length of beading thread tied with a double overhand knot (1).
Dodd had to overcome an awful start - staggering into the ropes from a looping, overhand right from Appleyard which dazed him and opened up a cut over his left eye.
During the fight he then moved to the canvas when 'Canelo' caught him with a brutal overhand right that ended the fight in the sixth round.
The Overhand is a signature favourite of the button-down wearing debonair but can just as easily be worn with the timeless prep look.
For many years, I used an overhand grip to work the slide.
7 Stitch the first figure together with blanket or overhand stitch, ensuring you stitch around and not through the ribbon at the ends of the arms.