sidearm
Noun

sidearm (plural sidearms)

  1. A personal weapon, such as a handgun or sword, carried on the hip in a belt, sheath, holster, etc for rapid access.
Verb

sidearm (sidearms, present participle sidearming; past and past participle sidearmed)

  1. To throw a ball with one's arm roughly parallel to the ground.
Adverb

sidearm

  1. With one's arm roughly parallel to the ground.



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