stiff-arm

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stiff-arm

(stĭf′ärm′) Football
tr.v. stiff-armed, stiff-arm·ing, stiff-arms
To straight-arm.
n.
A straight-arm.

stiff-arm

vb (tr)
US another word for straight-arm

straight′-arm`



v.t.
1. to deflect (an opponent) by pushing away with the arm held out straight; stiff-arm.
n.
2. an act or instance of straight-arming.
[1900–05]

stiff-arm


Past participle: stiff-armed
Gerund: stiff-arming

Imperative
stiff-arm
stiff-arm
Present
I stiff-arm
you stiff-arm
he/she/it stiff-arms
we stiff-arm
you stiff-arm
they stiff-arm
Preterite
I stiff-armed
you stiff-armed
he/she/it stiff-armed
we stiff-armed
you stiff-armed
they stiff-armed
Present Continuous
I am stiff-arming
you are stiff-arming
he/she/it is stiff-arming
we are stiff-arming
you are stiff-arming
they are stiff-arming
Present Perfect
I have stiff-armed
you have stiff-armed
he/she/it has stiff-armed
we have stiff-armed
you have stiff-armed
they have stiff-armed
Past Continuous
I was stiff-arming
you were stiff-arming
he/she/it was stiff-arming
we were stiff-arming
you were stiff-arming
they were stiff-arming
Past Perfect
I had stiff-armed
you had stiff-armed
he/she/it had stiff-armed
we had stiff-armed
you had stiff-armed
they had stiff-armed
Future
I will stiff-arm
you will stiff-arm
he/she/it will stiff-arm
we will stiff-arm
you will stiff-arm
they will stiff-arm
Future Perfect
I will have stiff-armed
you will have stiff-armed
he/she/it will have stiff-armed
we will have stiff-armed
you will have stiff-armed
they will have stiff-armed
Future Continuous
I will be stiff-arming
you will be stiff-arming
he/she/it will be stiff-arming
we will be stiff-arming
you will be stiff-arming
they will be stiff-arming
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been stiff-arming
you have been stiff-arming
he/she/it has been stiff-arming
we have been stiff-arming
you have been stiff-arming
they have been stiff-arming
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been stiff-arming
you will have been stiff-arming
he/she/it will have been stiff-arming
we will have been stiff-arming
you will have been stiff-arming
they will have been stiff-arming
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been stiff-arming
you had been stiff-arming
he/she/it had been stiff-arming
we had been stiff-arming
you had been stiff-arming
they had been stiff-arming
Conditional
I would stiff-arm
you would stiff-arm
he/she/it would stiff-arm
we would stiff-arm
you would stiff-arm
they would stiff-arm
Past Conditional
I would have stiff-armed
you would have stiff-armed
he/she/it would have stiff-armed
we would have stiff-armed
you would have stiff-armed
they would have stiff-armed
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References in classic literature ?
Throw stiff-armed from the shoulder, like there was a pivot there for it to turn on, like a girl; not from the wrist and elbow, with your arm out to one side, like a boy.
Some, like an immovable object, used their opposites for defensive purposes with mainly the stiff-armed stroke.
It is so revered that it is enshrined as the pose for the figure atop college football's most iconic award, the Heisman Trophy--and, when a star player for the University of Alabama, with an injured arm, instinctively stiff-armed an opposing player in the 2015 Southeastern Conference Championship Game, he was able to do so thanks to doctors, athletic trainers, engineering students, professors, and a 3-D printer.
As the song reaches its operatic crescendo, the youth raises his hand in a stiff-armed gesture, and the camera pans down to reveal the swastika adoring his otherwise nondescript brown shirt.
A 43-year-old Irish man was arrested for making the stiff-armed Nazi salute.
He was a well-known Nazi sympathiser who, on a visit to Germany, greeted Hitler with the same stiff-armed salute he is shown teaching Elizabeth and Margaret, and declared him to be "not a bad chap".
When he caught that one and made a guy miss and stiff-armed another guy and ran down the sideline, that's the old Bralon I remember.
Iran has stiff-armed the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), saying all its questions have been answered in full.
I'm not critical about the way things were done in the past, but when I came up with a solution the industry stiff-armed me," van Bilderbeek told Reuters in an interview in London.
He pushed his chair back, jumped to attention, and gave a stiff-armed Nazi salute and announced "Heil biscuits
In this regard, it's encouraging that the Obama Administration has stiff-armed Pyongyang's June 16 offer of talks on mutual denuclearization.
He adroitly stiff-armed an effort by Glenn Beck to purchase Current TV because Beck's conservative principles don't align with Gore liberalism.