English adjective: underhand
|1.||underhand with hand brought forward and up from below shoulder level|
|Samples||An underhand pitch.|
An underhand stroke.
|Domain category||athletics, sport|
|Antonyms||overarm, overhand, overhanded|
|2.||underhand marked by deception|
|Samples||Achieved success in business only by underhand methods.|
English adverb: underhand
|1.||underhand slyly and secretly|
|Samples||Mean revenge, committed underhand.|
Oldline aristocratic diplomats underhandedly undermined the attempt...to align Germany with the Western democracies.
|2.||underhand with the hand swung below shoulder level|
|Samples||Throwing a ball underarm.|