upstretched

upstretched

(ʌpˈstrɛtʃt)
adj
(esp of the arms) stretched or raised up
Translations

upstretched

[ˈʌpstretʃt] ADJextendido hacia arriba

upstretched

adj armsausgestreckt; neckgereckt
References in classic literature ?
Time and time again I rose with upstretched hand, only to feel the disappointing rocks close above me.
My upstretched fingers never reached the window's sill.
I could see Juag standing just beneath her with his hands upstretched to assist her.
Walker understands this relation clearly--as proof, look at one of her silhouettes of a Black slave woman, arm upstretched to support an image of a White Southern belle of equal size.
The "cat" is not a cat at all, but in its original forms [sic] had a barbed tail and upstretched wings.
The hotel occupancy in the province was 38% in 2005, that upstretched to 66% in 2011.
Filling the window, Lady Macbeth stands, arms upstretched with clenched fists.
These events are now famous; we are all familiar with the scene, somewhere between action and accident: In central Berlin, a youth in civilian clothing squeezing through a rough opening that has been torn in the wall and being presented with a bouquet of flowers from the upstretched arms of a tearful woman in the crowd below.
In an homage to youth, the Creswell Bulldog cheerleaders lifted one of their own to a standing position on their upstretched hands, watching as she leapt into the air and catching her as she came down.
A narrowband filter makes the bright region stand out better but erases the upstretched arm.
This one had all the trimmings, including a protracted intro in which McBride's entrance was heralded by upstretched clapping hands - dozens of them - projected on a giant screen followed by a large projected mirror ball hovering against a night-sky background like Planet Disco.
The big striker emerged with the ball but it was clear from Bouma's upstretched arm the minute he hit the deck that he had a major problem.