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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to arm:   (473 results)

Antonyms:
demilitarise, demilitarize, disarm

Contains:
arm bone, arteria brachialis, articulatio cubiti, articulatio radiocarpea, biceps brachii, biceps humeri, brachial artery, carpus, cephalic vein, cubital joint, cubital nerve, cubitus, cuff, elbow, elbow joint, forearm, hand, hook, humerus, manus, mauler, mitt, musculus biceps brachii, musculus triceps brachii, nervus ulnaris, paw, radiocarpal joint, triceps brachii, turnup, ulnar nerve, vena cephalica, wrist, wristband, wrist joint

Often used in the same context:
forearm, leg, shoulder, wrist, elbow, bicep, neck, chest, finger, appendage, rib cage, metacarpal bone, hands, pinkie, head, pinky, spine, thigh, deltoid muscle, biceps, flexor muscle, scapula, ear, sling, thumb, buttock, shoulder blade, bandage, ulna, trouser leg, trapezius muscle, knees, hip, rotator cuff, kneck, knuckle, ankle, deltoid, forehead, abdomen, lunate bone, kneecap, torso, muscle, clavicle, chin, glute, elastic bandage, splint, midsection, pec, hipbone, anklebone, metacarpal, triceps, femur, paw, gauze bandage, jaw, noggin, collarbone, toe, gluteus minimus, achilles tendon, intercostal muscle, collar bone, pectoral fin, spear, rhomboid muscle, calf, fist, shin, armpit, pelvis, eyebrow, flexors, limb, scaphoid bone, quadriceps, belly, cuboid bone, teres major, kneepad, pectoralis minor, supination, gluteus maximus, heel, pant leg, olecranon, welt, ribs, labrums, forefinger, hammerlock, groin, crutch, cervical vertebra, shinpad, tendon, tentacles, hamstrings, bruise, arms, legs, hand, foot, knee, limbs, prong, wing, forearms, claw, pier, plank, dike, stem, lever, center, mortar, shaft, circular, sive, valve, anvil, body, crank, etching, gear, nozzle

More specific:
blade, bow, bow and arrow, brand, brass knuckles, brass knucks, dolman sleeve, executive branch, fire ship, flamethrower, forearm, gun, hatchet, judicial branch, knife, knuckles, knuckle duster, knucks, lance, legislative branch, local post office, missile, munition, nuclear weapon, pike, post office, projectile, raglan sleeve, re-arm, rearm, shaft, shirtsleeve, spear, steel, sword, tomahawk, writing arm

Appears in the definition of:
., acrocentric chromosome, adriatic, adriatic sea, aegean, aegean sea, alpena, amelia, antecubital, arabian sea, arm-twisting, armband, armguard, armhole, armilla, armlet, armlike, armpit, armrest, arm band, arm bone, arm exercise, arteria axillaris, arteria brachialis, articulatio cubiti, atrophied, at arm's length, axilla, axillary artery, axillary cavity, axillary fossa, axillary node, bayou, bay of bengal, bay of biscay, bay of naples, beam balance, bismarck sea, botonee, botonnee, bracer, brachial, brachial artery, brachial plexus, brachial vein, branch, brassard, breaker point, buckler, busted, cannon, caribbean, caribbean sea, cartridge, cephalic vein, chin-up, chokehold, choke hold, clasp, clutch, compensate, contact arm, coral sea, corpus christi, cubital joint, cubital nerve, cubitus, degage, deltoid, deltoid muscle, directing, distributor point, downbeat, edward iii, elbow, elbow joint, english channel, erb's palsy, erb-duchenne paralysis, eureka, extend, farc, fbi, federal bureau of investigation, fixed up, flue, fluke, forearm, free, fuerzas armadas revolucionarios de colombia, galveston bay, gao, garter, gashed, gnomon, golfo de mexico, government accounting office, grazed, greater pectoral muscle, green bay, gulf, gulf of aden, gulf of akaba, gulf of aqaba, gulf of bothnia, gulf of finland, gulf of mexico, gulf of oman, gulf of saint lawrence, gulf of siam, gulf of st. lawrence, gulf of suez, gulf of tehuantepec, gulf of thailand, gulf of venice, half nelson, hammerlock, heavily, homologous, iis, inland sea, inlet, innominate artery, intrusive, ionian sea, iraqi intelligence service, iraqi mukhabarat, irish sea, iz al-din al-qassam battalions, kick, labrador sea, lateral epicondylitis, lateral humeral epicondylitis, latin cross, la spezia, ligurian sea, limb, meromelia, moreton bay, mourning band, mozambique channel, musculus deltoideus, musculus pectoralis major, musculus teres major, musculus teres minor, nervus ulnaris, north sea, odesa, odessa, office of inspector general, oig, olecranon, olecranon process, one-armed, osteoblastoma, pectoralis major, persian gulf, persuade, phocomelia, phylactery, pickup, pickup arm, pitcher, pivot joint, plaster, plexus brachialis, point, possessively, press-up, pull-up, pushup, qassam brigades, re-arm, rearm, recess, red sea, rerebrace, revolutionary armed forces of colombia, rolled, ross sea, rotator cuff, round-arm, saginaw, salah al-din battalions, san pablo, scalenus syndrome, scapulohumeral, seal limbs, sea of japan, sea of okhotsk, shield, shoulder, sidearm, sleeve, snap, south china sea, straight-arm, strong-arm, supporter, sweep, swing, tablet-armed chair, tacoma, tampa bay, tasman sea, tefillin, tennis elbow, teres major, teres major muscle, teres minor, teres minor muscle, thoracic outlet syndrome, throw, thrower, timor sea, tone arm, traverse city, tyrrhenian sea, ulnar nerve, unextended, united nations secretariat, united states border patrol, united states government accounting office, united states postal inspection service, unnaturally, upper cannon, us border patrol, us postal inspection service, vancouver, vena brachialis, vena cephalica, weddell sea, weeds, wind up, wiper, wiper arm, wounded, writing arm

Part of:
armchair, body, garment, homo, human, human being, man, organic structure, physical structure

More general:
armrest, arms, cloth covering, division, furnish, implements of war, limb, munition, projection, protuberance, provide, render, supply, weaponry, weapons system

Synonyms:
branch, build up, fortify, gird, sleeve, subdivision, weapon, weapon system

Also try:
— Nouns for arm: chair, chairs, tactics, twisting, pits, pit, methods, men, bands, band, rest, more...

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