palm

Part of speech: verb

To hide in the hand.

Part of speech: verb

To impose fraudulently; with off.

Part of speech: noun

The hollow inner surface of the hand.

Part of speech: noun

The breadth or the length of the hand.

Part of speech: noun

That which covers the palm.

Part of speech: noun

A tropical tree or shrub having very large leaves.

Part of speech: noun

A branch of the palm, as a symbol of victory or joy; hence, supremacy.

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Usage examples "palm":

  1. She opened her blue eyes as he raised his head, looking at him vaguely in the dusk, then very gently shook her head and rested one cheek on her open palm. - "Ailsa Paige", Robert W. Chambers.
  2. Chatworth stood staring after him with his Idol in his palm. - "The Coast of Chance", Esther Chamberlain Lucia Chamberlain.
  3. " Make a cross with the silver piece on my palm," she said. - "The Motor Maid", Alice Muriel Williamson and Charles Norris Williamson.