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hammerlock

Syllabification: ham·mer·lock
Pronunciation: /ˈhamərˌläk
 
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Definition of hammerlock in English:

noun

An armlock in which a person’s arm is bent up behind the back.
Example sentences
  • Walters tags in and grabs a hammerlock on Spanky.
  • Nunzio works more top wristlocks and a hammerlock.
  • They started with a lockup, and HHH gained control with a hammerlock.

Words that rhyme with hammerlock

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