verb (used with object)
Words nearby outstretch
OTHER WORDS FROM outstretchout·stretch·er, noun
Examples from the Web for outstretched
Before we could pull away they paddled over and with outstretched hands uttered a single English word: “money.”
He escorts me down the stairs, out the door, and we stand for a moment beneath the outstretched arms of the giant elms.
I reached over to grab his outstretched hand but as our fingers were about to touch, I was engulfed in darkness.
Dropping his rifle, he approached his dog with outstretched arms.The Whelps of the Wolf|George Marsh
In the hour of his need it had been neither religion nor philosophy, but the outstretched hand, that had helped.The Ancient Law|Ellen Glasgow
Old Jerry stood with his outstretched hand poised in midair while he realized that his chance shot had gone home.Once to Every Man|Larry Evans
And under Kori's outstretched arm, so close as almost to brush against his uniformed legs, had stolen Thorn.The Radiant Shell|Paul Ernst
That outstretched, mocking hand—was it what the abstainers called the "demon of drink?"A Republic Without a President and Other Stories|Herbert Ward