English words and Examples of Usage

use "fist" in a sentence

Ranavalona II was particularly fierce and ruled with an iron fist.

But we do not hit our children in anger, nor with our hand or fist.

And they have been buying hand over fist, compared to their selling.

When I first saw them, it looked like a tight fist of black."

He added, "Here’s my foreign policy - a clenched fist and an open hand.

Banks recommends holding your ear buds and closing your fist around them.

Andrew Wilson, whom a UK blogger once called "a fist-bump, in human form."

In the final seconds of the fight he took a victory lap, fist raised in air.

He raised a clenched fist in the air alongside Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams.

If ratified, fist-tier workers would get their first raises in about a decade.

I felt like someone had taken their fist and driven it into my abdomen."""

Mr Connolly added: “The blade of the screwdriver was protruding from her closed fist.

Afterward, Stonie, holding his fist in the air in victory, said it felt amazing to win.

He held aloft two fingers on his right and made a fist with his left, to symbolize "20."

A man fist-bumps police officers while celebrating the news of charges in the Gray case.

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