Antonyms for handgrip

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But now my eyesight and my footstep and my handgrip all have failed this many and many a day!

There was a handgrip on each side, with the controls handy to his fingers.

"Glad to know you, gents," said Spider Jack, with a handgrip apiece.

A wooden stock with a handgrip is fastened to the metal handle.

He swung over to the panel, hooked his foot under the handgrip and grasped the lever inset in the surface.

At the center of the bow the handgrip was about an inch and a quarter wide by three-quarters thick, a cross-section being ovoid.

Some prefer leather or pigskin for a handgrip, but a cord binding keeps the hand from sweating and has an honest feel.

Bind the center of your bow with heavy fish line to make the handgrip, carefully overlapping the start and finish.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English handgripe; see hand (n.) + grip (n.).

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