A left-handed pitcher; southpaw (1940s+ Baseball)
The crooked arm of the rifleman was motionless, save as it just moved that deadly circle an inch this way, an inch back again.
I turned round, and he was signalling to me with the whole of his crooked arm.
Now Carney could make out a pistol, a man's head, and a crooked arm projecting from beside a tree twenty yards along the trail.
The two sisters sat down on a crooked arm of the fallen tree.
The crooked arm of the old oak tree points upwards to the moon.
Drew lay flat, his chin propped upon his crooked arm to look down the gradual incline of the pasture to the training paddock.
A stove-pipe reached its crooked arm out of one window, and the broken panes of the other were stuffed with rags and paper.
Terry struggled to help her while Sim bravely tried to straighten out a crooked arm beneath the senseless form.