Definition of overarm in English:

overarm

Line breaks: over|arm
Pronunciation: /ˈəʊvərɑːm
 
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adjective & adverb

chiefly British
  • (Of a throw or a stroke with a racket) made with the hand or arm passing above the level of the shoulder: [as adjective]: the bowler was happy to demonstrate his overarm technique [as adverb]: competitors can throw overarm or underarm
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    • Freestyle in those days was the trudgen, an alternating overarm stroke with a scissors kick.
    • He used a stroke he observed natives of the Solomon Islands using, which combined an up-and-down kick with an alternating overarm stroke.
    • I think basically it was an overarm stroke with a scissor kick with the legs.

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