arms[ ahrm ]SEE DEFINITION OF arms
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARMS
Mrs. Bines, stooping, took the limp and wide-eyed Paul up in her arms.
The face, neck, and arms of the modest maiden were flushed with indignant crimson.
She put her arms about her neck, and affectionately inquired the cause of her distress.
It always feels like you—like your arms, Mtterchen—and I am tired.
My arms have starved for you so—do you think they're going to loosen now?
His arms tightened about her as he said the name over and over.
She sobbed weakly in his arms, but her own arm was still tight about his neck.
Then he took Emilia in his arms and bore her to the door, Hope preceding.
When they reached Hope's door, she turned and put out her arms for Emilia, as for a child.
I forgive you, if you are sorry for the fault, and my arms are ready to receive you.