Overhand meaning

ō'vər-hănd'
Executed with the hand brought forward and down from above the level of the shoulder.

An overhand pitch; an overhand stroke.

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Sewn with close, vertical stitches drawing two edges together, with each stitch passing over the seam formed by the edges.
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In an overhand manner.
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An overhand throw, stroke, or delivery.
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An overhand stitch or seam.
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To sew with overhand stitches.
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With the hand over the object it grasps.
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Performed with the hand raised above the elbow or the arm above the shoulder.

An overhand pitch.

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Designating or of a style of sewing, or a seam, in which the stitches are passed over two edges to sew them together.
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In an overhand manner.
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To sew overhand.
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An overhand stroke.
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Executed with the hand brought forward and down from above the shoulders.
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Sewn with close, vertical stitches that draw the edges of a seam together.
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(of a loop in rope) With the working part on top of the standing part.
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The upper hand; advantage; superiority; mastery.
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In such a manner.
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