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wrist in Human topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwristwrist /rΙͺst/ ●●● W3 noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š HBHthe part of your body where your hand joins your armon/around your wrist πŸ”Š She had a gold watch on her wrist. β†’ body
Examples from the Corpus
wristβ€’ The cubby is also a perfect padded rest for wrist curls.β€’ Then tie the rope around her wrists.β€’ Her threshold for anger and frustration was low and she had once slashed her wrist.β€’ The unlocked handcuffs dangling from his wrist dragged along the ground as he was lifted into the wagon.β€’ Left forearm rotation should not be confused with left wrist rotation, as to many amateurs think.β€’ We each attach a bracelet to our wrist then press the palm of our other hand on to the metal pad.β€’ On her right wrist, just above her glove, a white oval of skin was exposed to the air.β€’ Gingerly, Jack took his stepfather's wrist and felt the light fluttering of his pulse.on/around your wristβ€’ A switch snaps the clasps on his wrists, ankles, clamping him into the shadow.β€’ The ropes should be around three to four feet long and first get your helper to tie it around your wrists.β€’ Her shirt sleeve falls open at the cuff as she turns back, and I see the razor marks on her wrist.β€’ An identity bracelet was put on her wrist with her full name and hospital record number written on it.β€’ The next day Philip dressed in his miniature Pierre Cardin suit, a Rolex on his wrist.β€’ The cuts were always superficial and usually consisted of between 20 and 40 neat parallel scratches on her wrist and forearm.