How to use Forearms in a sentence

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  • She ate quickly, looking from his perfect body to her scarred forearms.

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  • His grip on her forearms was loose but firm.

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  • She sighed heavily and dropped her forehead to her forearms on the steering wheel.

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  • Her fingers caressed his bare forearms, the sensual touch increasing her pulse.

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  • He didn't wear a coat today and his shirtsleeves were rolled up to reveal brown muscular forearms.

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  • Her hand brushed one of his forearms, held in place over his head by the handcuffs.

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  • He wore a snug T-shirt that displayed the roped forearms covered in tattoos.

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  • He crossed his arms to display roped forearms and sat on the edge of his desk.

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  • The sleeves of his western shirt were rolled up, revealing evenly tanned forearms.

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  • His shirt stretched tightly over his shoulders and across his back while his biceps flexed and the roped muscles of his forearms rippled with his tinkering.

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  • He straddled the chair and rested his forearms on its back.

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  • She.d never noticed how long his nails were or the sinewy strength in his forearms.

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  • His battle suit was rolled to his elbows, revealing roped forearms and a Thomas Jefferson quote tattooed on his inner forearm.

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  • Indigo jeans outlined the long lean muscles in his thighs, and the sleeves of his western shirt were rolled up to reveal tanned muscular forearms.

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  • He reacted too fast for her to counter, snatching her forearms and shoving her onto her stomach.

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  • Her eyes went to his long fingers and roped forearms then upward to the thick biceps and wide shoulders.

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  • The hair on the back of his neck and forearms rose.

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  • He crossed his arms, exposing roped forearms.

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  • He loosened his tie and rolled his sleeves up, exposing weather darkened forearms.

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  • It made the hair on her forearms stand up.

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  • He shifted forward, gripping her forearms in a way that brought their faces inches apart.

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  • He squeezed her forearms in reminder she wasn't able to do anything about it if he did decide to bite her.

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  • His grip on her forearms tightened, and he pressed them into the sand.

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  • He moved to the fence of the paddock and rested his forearms against the top plank.

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  • The forearms, which are extended, have been cast separately and soldered or brazed on to the elbows.

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  • Her nose wrinkled at a familiar scent, and she looked first at the plate full of raw fish on the table and then at the silver-eyed predator with his roped forearms displayed across his wide, bare chest.

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  • The hands could then clean the forearms, face and feet. *puts hand up* I have a suggestion.

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  • Swing your forearms in the direction of the slide whilst swaying the hips in the same direction also.

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  • The keyboard should be used with the forearms and wrists kept horizontal and the elbows close to the body.

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  • Some nice touches include slightly flared sleeves to up ventilation to the forearms when wanted or to make rolling them up easier.

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  • Keep forearms resting on the floor and raise head, shoulders and upper thorax, but keep abdomen on the floor.

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  • For beginners, it's best to keep your elbows close to your body, with your forearms parallel to the ground.

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  • It takes some practice getting used to, but they are great for those exercises where your forearms tire before your back.

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  • Although everyone seems to have very small forearms for some reason.

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  • One child may have a mild rash on the forearms when eating half a dozen strawberries.

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  • Crawling is a slow creeping mode of locomotion, consisting of forward motion with weight supported by the infant's hands (or forearms) and knees.

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  • Symptoms of juvenile and adult onset DM include facial weakness and a slack jaw, drooping eyelids called ptosis, and muscle wasting in the forearms and calves.

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  • Symptoms of myotonic dystrophy include facial weakness and a slack jaw, drooping eyelids (ptosis), and muscle wasting in the forearms and calves.

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  • Most attacks of ICD are slight and confined to the hands and forearms but can affect any part of the body that comes in contact with an irritating substance.

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  • While massage therapy is applied primarily with the hands, sometimes the forearms or elbows are used.

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  • The allergen is applied to the skin as an aqueous extract, usually on the back, forearms, or top of the thighs.

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  • Forearms should be roughly horizontal when resting on your desk and your computer keyboard needs to be where your fingers fall comfortably.

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  • Sometimes the mood makes you want to be even closer, and the arms wrap around each other like a hug, the lead's forearms wrapping around the follow's back.

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  • All the power is supplied by hands and forearms.

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  • Displaying their characteristic beige on chestnut monogram it seems as if these satchels, messengers and handbags are resting on the forearms and shoulders of everyone.

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  • Eagles appear on hips, ankles, biceps, and forearms, too.

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  • Marco Materazzi, also from Italy, has many, many tattoos covering both arms and forearms.

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  • If you look through galleries, you will see several praying hands on calves, forearms, even chests.

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  • Getting a wrist tattoo is much more painful than inking fleshier areas of the body such as the forearms.

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  • Autistic children are able to control how much sensation they actually get - from plunging their hands and forearms into the beans to simply examining them one by one.

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  • This is a classic trick for putting the emphasis on a lagging body part, be it calves, forearms, or neck, and it works excellently with abs, too.

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  • When it's set at the proper height, your feet are completely suspended and all of your bodyweight rests on your elbows and forearms.

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  • In fact, triceps -- the back of the upper arm -- is considerably larger than biceps, and let's not forget forearms.

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  • Elbows should be kept close to your sides using your wrists and forearms to turn the rope.

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  • Grip the barbell with a semi-wide grip (forearms outside the knees) and straighten up your back with your abs tense.

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  • If your biceps have not been perfected, you can hold your forearms at almost right angles with your elbows and fully twist your wrists.

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  • Grip the bar with your hands slightly wider than shoulder-width, so that your forearms are touching the outside of your thighs.

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  • Your forearms will be parallel to your body.

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  • Stand with feet shoulder-width apart and grab a barbell on the floor so that your forearms touch the outside of your thighs/knees.

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  • Kneel, placing your forearms on the ball.

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  • Muscle groups exercised by push ups include your chest, shoulders, biceps and triceps, hands and forearms, your entire back, quadriceps, hamstrings, glutes and calves.

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  • Tuck your elbows next to your body and bend them 90 degrees with your forearms pointing in front of you and your thumbs pointing towards the ceiling.

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  • A good stretching progression includes quadriceps, hamstrings, hip flexors, inner thighs, outer thighs, calves, lower back, abdominals, upper back muscles, shoulders, chest, neck, biceps, triceps and forearms.

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  • Ideally, your workout should begin with the larger muscles of your chest and back to avoid tiring the smaller muscles of your forearms too soon.

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  • Lower your forearms to 90 degrees to give your triceps a good stretch.

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  • Bend your elbows at a 90 degree angle with your forearms facing upward and your palms facing forward.

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  • Push up off of the ground so you're resting on the balls of your feet and your forearms.

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  • When you've reached a full squat position with your knees bent at a 90-degree angle, reverse the movement and stand while curling your forearms back down to your sides.

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  • In order to perform the plank exercise, kneel on the ground and lean forward, placing your elbows and forearms on the ground.

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  • Stretch your legs out behind you so that you're balancing your full body weight on your toes and your forearms.

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  • The plank can be done either with your arms extended or resting your upper body weight on your forearms.

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  • To perform the captain's chair exercises, hang by your forearms from the captain's chair and bend your knees towards your chest in a controlled manner.

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  • When you perform a plank to work your abs, you're pressing against the ground with your forearms and toes to hold your full-body contraction in place.

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  • Kneel on the ground and place your forearms on the floor, your elbows in line with your shoulders.

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  • Place your elbows on your knees to help hold you in this position and use your forearms to press your thighs further outward, stretching your hips and groin.

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  • While kettlebells are easy to handle, one of the main differences you will notice is in your hands and forearms.

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