Noun(1) the lap consisting of a turned-back hem encircling the end of the sleeve or leg(2) shackle that consists of a metal loop that can be locked around the wrist; usually used in pairs
Verb(1) hit with the hand(2) confine or restrain with or as if with manacles or handcuffs
(1) You need to loosen any instrument straps and peel back the cuff of your glove to get access, but it is possible to get a lungful of air into the suit.(2) Blood pressure is normally taken with a device that has an inflatable cuff that is wrapped around the upper arm.(3) The blood pressure cuff is inflated by hand to a level that obliterates the arterial pressure or pulse.(4) Luke gave Flora a mild cuff(5) They are unable to see the difference between a good old fashioned cuff on the ear and serial beatings.(6) The second I exposed myself, the blow would come, a cuff across the head or shoulders that I'd feel for days.(7) Common were the 1943 leather combat service boots with buckled cuff .(8) The low boot cuff allows you to maintain the tuck position longer and with less effort.(9) At each prenatal visit, the health care provider measures blood pressure with an inflatable cuff that wraps around the woman's upper arm.(10) It is sufficiently perturbed by this pandemic of kids carrying out surreal stunts on strangers to issue handy hints on how to spot a happy slapper who's about to cuff you one.(11) The silver ring, the symbol of his fealty, came off with little difficulty, then the buttons at the cuff of each sleeve.(12) He closed his eyes, I guess so he couldn't see it coming, and let her cuff him right in the chops, but he didn't budge.(13) This is an inflatable cuff which fits round the upper arm and is connected to a mercury manometer.(14) You inflate the cuff on your upper arm by squeezing a rubber bulb.(15) You've taught her how to use a gun, how to cuff someone and how to do a few punches?(16) It will have a high cuff for full ankle support along with the 90 mm wheels.
1. manacle ::
2. turnup ::
3. hit ::
4. manacle ::
5. whomp ::
Different Formsacuff, cuff, cuffed, cuffing, cuffs
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