Synonyms for fore-arms

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The fore-arms of the fourth rested upon the fruit-cluster of the pupunha!

The farmer rested his fore-arms on the top rail of the fence and gazed at the young man on horseback.

The hairs on the arms and fore-arms are directed downwards from the shoulder to the wrist.

All are covered with thick woolly hair, which, on the arms and fore-arms, converges (except in H. agilis) towards the elbow.

Throwing themselves on their backs, they struck out with their fore-arms in a sort of mechanical manner.

She made directly for the tree, and proceeded to climb it, grasping the trunk with her fore-arms, like a human being.

Be sure that the upper arms are vertical and the fore-arms parallel with each other.

The fore-arms, now in the custody of the College of Surgeons, were for a time separated.

The hair on the arms and fore-arms converges towards the elbow.

The construction of their fore-arms is such as to economise strength and the effectiveness of their excavating instruments.