Forehand definition

fôrhănd
(obsolete) Taking place, done, or given beforehand; prior.
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With a forehand stroke or motion.
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(archaic) The position in front or above; advantage.
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Made with the palm of the dominant hand facing forward.

A forehand tennis stroke.

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The part of a horse in front of the rider.
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The part of a horse in front of the rider.
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A forehand stroke or shot, as in tennis.
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A position for controlling a ball or puck, in which the palm of the dominant hand faces forward.

Had the puck on his forehand when he shot.

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A kind of stroke, as in tennis, made with the arm extended and the palm of the hand turned forward.
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(obs.) Done or given earlier.
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Foremost; front.
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Done or performed as or with a forehand.
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With a forehand.
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(racket sports) A stroke in which the palm of the hand faces the direction of the stroke.
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(disc sports) A throw similar to a sidearm throw in baseball, where the disc remains on the throwing-arm side of the body and is led by the middle finger.
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All of the part of a horse which is before the rider.

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The chief or most important part.

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Superiority; advantage; start; precedence.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
forehand
Plural:
forehands