Underhand



adjective
1.
not open and aboveboard; secret and crafty or dishonorable:
an underhand deal with the chief of police.
2.
executed with the hand below the level of the shoulder and the palm turned upward and forward:
an underhand delivery of a ball.
adverb
3.
with the hand below the level of the shoulder and the palm turned upward and forward:
to bowl underhand.
4.
secretly; stealthily; slyly.
adjective
1.
clandestine, deceptive, or secretive
2.
(sport) another word for underarm
adverb
3.
in an underhand manner or style

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