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3 He banged his fist loudly on the table.
4 From the rostrum he thundered at them and shook his fists.
5 He raised his right fist and declaimed: 'Liar and cheat!'.
6 She held the money tightly in her fist.
7 The table shook when she banged her fist on it.
8 He struck the hooligan down with his fist.
9 He hammered at the door with his fist.
10 The baby took my finger in its tenacious little fist.
11 He clenched his fists in anger.
12 The old man clenched his fist and waved it angrily at us.
13 He was banging on the door with his fist.
14 Angry protestors with clenched fists shouted their defiance.
15 The prisoner raised his fist in a gesture of defiance as he was led out of the courtroom.
16 My fist glanced off his jaw.
17 His fists clenched slowly until his knuckles were white.
18 Alex clenched her fists and gritted her teeth.
19 They went at each other with their fists.
20 Sarah made a menacing gesture with her fist.
21 Tight - fisted as he was about spending money [sentencedict.com],(www.Sentencedict.com) Xiangzi let slip no chance of earning it.
22 Mr. Lee close - fisted man , never wants to donate anything for charity.
23 The old peasant avaricious and close - fisted fellow.
24 The string of blackshirts was re-deployed, four spotlights had them caught in a box of gauzy light, their nightsticks fisted.
25 The Moon is a Harsh Mistress . Robert Heinlein a penal colony ruled by an iron - fisted administration.
26 Besides all, he had an overseer - a great , tall, slab - side , two - fisted renegade son of Vermont.
27 In the end the soloist adopts a clear direction, climbing step by step and bursting into a ponderous fortissimo of full- fisted chords, sustained by tuba and horns in the bass.
28 The spendthrift son had once again pulled a fast one on his tight - fisted father.
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