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.
Rhodes had just cut Batty for two fours from successive balls, one of them through the upstretched hands of a diving Rikki Clarke at slip, when he was beaten by the 41-year-old off spinner's arm ball and leg-before for 43.
Kendal were much the more threatening side in the first half and took the lead a minute before the break when Scott Harries' close range header was blocked by keeper Andy Coughlin's upstretched arm, but the linesman ruled it had crossed the line first.
Aaron Doran's cross from the left was headed goalward by Tom Walsh and then diverted into the net by the upstretched leg of fit-again George Oakley.
Whereas, copyrights have been increased from 3500 to 4000, industrial designs are elevated from 450 to 500, that of trade mark is upstretched from 30,000 to 35,000.
Walker understands this relation clearly--as proof, look at oneof her silhouettes of a Black slave woman, arm upstretched to support animage 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.
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.