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  • Info In baseball, sidearm is a motion for throwing a ball along a low, approximately horizontal axis rather than a high, mostly vertical axis (overhand).
  • His friends moved back as he drew his sidearm. Cited from The Status Civilization, by Robert Sheckley
  • He was placed in arrest and had his sword and sidearm taken from him.
  • Currently the weapon is in use with the armed forces of several countries as a sidearm.
  • We make the standard sidearm for the U.S. armed forces.
  • Development began following requests by German police and federal agencies for a new sidearm.
  • The new pistol was chosen by the Polish military as its new standard sidearm.
  • His aircraft was hit by small arms fire, one bullet hitting his sidearm on his belt.
  • It was the standard issue sidearm for officers in the French military during the First World War.
  • A sidearm is typically required equipment for military personnel and sometimes carried by law enforcement personnel.
  • But his high school coach suggested he try sidearm pitching after learning some tips about the approach from a professional player.
  • After all, a kirpan was a sidearm, and his religion required him to carry that. Cited from Four-Day Planet, by Henry Beam Piper
  • It became the official sidearm of the UAE armed forces and security forces.
  • The man went for his sidearm in a quick, artistic draw. Cited from The Status Civilization, by Robert Sheckley
  • His powerful and accurate sidearm throw is widely acknowledged as one of the best the sport has ever seen.
  • All police officers of the Bakersfield Police Department are issued a department standard sidearm.
  • The gun became the standard sidearm for US Military officers and proved popular among civilian buyers.
  • Her sidearm is a Jutte with a fast follow-up attack after the throw.
  • However, this can be a trade-off that increases the amount of time needed to draw the sidearm in an emergency.
  • His sidearm is a double-edged knife, which can be thrown, following a fast follow-up strike.
  • In addition to dual revolvers, the game also includes an additional sidearm of a brand-new design.
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Words starting with sidearm

Meaning of sidearm

  • adjective (of pitches) made with the arm moving parallel to the ground
    a sidearm pitch
  • adverb In a sidearm manner
    he prefers to throw sidearm