Meaning of straight-arm
Pronunciation: (strāt'ärm"), [key]
- to push (a potential tackler) away by holding the arm out straight; stiff-arm.
- to force, push, or fend off by or as if by holding out a stiff arm against obstacles: He straight-armed his way into the middle of the crowded room.
- an act or instance of straight-arming.
- straight-arm (Thesaurus)