Damascena fired again, hitting Marcelo Guimarães in the forearm he had raised in an unsuccessful attempt to save his own life.
His doctors insisted on immediate surgery and when Miles woke, his forearm was gone.
One shows a tattoo on his forearm featuring a cross and the letters “RIP.”
He saw, up on her forearm, the row of angry little bruises, like someone had grabbed her hard.
Volunteers exposed a patch of their forearm and a machine blew air across it, enticing mosquitoes into a trap.
He had no chance, and one time, in enforced retirement from the world, he indelibly inscribed the legend on his forearm.
He laid a hand reassuringly over that which trembled on his forearm.
Frequently, however, the index is drawn across the wrist or forearm.
That is the horse who will be able to plant his hind-legs well under the forearm.
Is that what you did next, after you took the metal out of General Walker's forearm?
forearm fore·arm (fôr'ärm')
The part of the arm between the wrist and the elbow.