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1overhand

adjective over·hand \ˈō-vər-ˌhand\

: made with the hand brought forward and down from above the shoulder

Full Definition of OVERHAND

:  made with the hand brought forward and down from above shoulder level
overhand adverb
over·hand·ed \ˌō-vər-ˈhan-dəd\ adverb or adjective

First Known Use of OVERHAND

1656

2overhand

verb

Definition of OVERHAND

transitive verb
:  to sew with short vertical stitches

First Known Use of OVERHAND

1871

3overhand

noun

Definition of OVERHAND

:  an overhand stroke (as in handball)

First Known Use of OVERHAND

circa 1934

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