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Synonyms for righthander

a person who uses the right hand more skillfully than the left

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It came against Betances, a 6-foot-8 righthander who had been nearly unhittable this season.
The Mumbai righthander has not been short of detractors who mockingly called him " classy" and pointed out his tendency to throw his wicket after hitting a few sparkling boundaries.
That caused the Brit to run wide at the sweeping righthander of the Parabolica corner, exacerbating the problem.
Cody Hoff, a 6-foot-3 righthander from Yreka, Calif.
It was such a vicious righthander many American pundits immediately labelled it the "punch of the century".
And Nasir's stubborn innings saw Bangladesh home, the righthander hitting the winning runs at the end of the 44th over to spark celebrations.
For a righthander, for instance, if the ball falls left, the putter face is closed or the swing path is out to in; if the ball falls right, the putter face is open or the swing path is in to out.
It is then on into Hangar Straight, courtesy of the two aircraft hangars that originally stood next to it, which leads into the righthander at Stowe, derived from the Stowe School to the south of the circuit.
Sparks flew on 64 minutes when Leicester's Argentinian hard man Marcus Ayerza headbutted Marler twice and Marler, who trained with England during the Six Nations, retaliated by throwing a righthander.
These days, Bulgaria has Grigor Dimitrov, a 19-year-old up-and-comer on the men's side, along with Tsvetana Pironkova, the 22-year-old righthander who yesterday advanced to the Wimbledon semifinals with her 6-2, 6-3 upset of world No.
The deal is said to be worth $1 million if the veteran righthander makes the club out of spring training.
Facing hard-throwing Tigers righthander Justin Verlander, Morales fouled off several fastballs before depositing a breaking ball into the right-centerfield seats.
Dessel made his move 800 metres from the finish, and held his lead through a final righthander 80m from the finish to take his first stage win in a Grand Tour, ahead of Casar, Popovych and Arroyo.
And the man with a mane roared with delight towards the righthander when he edged to Alastair Cook at third slip to fall for 19.
The elegant righthander had struggled in the shortened 20over game, but produced a beautifully constructed innings, completing his halfcentury in 33 balls and bringing it up with a six.