Antonyms for pivoted

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Round behind Teutoberg he pivoted—a wrestling trick he had learned as a boy.

This bar is also of copper or brass and is pivoted to the fingers.

She pivoted on her heel, hit the door, and her heels were clattering on the stairs.

Slowly, he pivoted his chair, to look at the entertainment screen.

Next, the gooseneck of the truss, on which it pivoted, smashed away.

The ship was cleared for action and the battery was pivoted to starboard.

A is provided with a slot carrying a pin, X, on which is pivoted the rod, R.

The receptacle for flour is pivoted in the manner indicated by the section.

They are so pivoted that they fall into a closed position as soon as released.

They are pivoted and arranged in a row, and may be set on a pantry shelf.