fill (one's) hand

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fill (one's) hand

1. To draw a firearm into one's hand, as in preparation for a gunfight. Fill your hand, stranger, you've been talkin' fighting words all day and I've had enough!
2. biblical To be consecrated or initiated as a priest, i.e., by placing objects of worship or holy sacrifice into one's hands. After years of studying in the rectory, young Adam was finally ready to fill his hands and enter the priesthood.
See also: fill, hand
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If you ever felt curiously out of joint with the 20th or 21st century, you really need to fill your hand with this exhaustive wish-list from yesteryear.
With a grip that doesn't nearly fill your hand, you must do a quick "custom fitting" every time you draw the bow.
Fill Your Hands and All You Need are put forward in the 2m handicap hurdle (3.
He has a rating of 126 and if he runs to his best he should be able to cope with the challenge of Fill Your Hands.
And John Queally's 124-rated Uncle Danny, off the track since finishing fourth to Gladiator Kin at Leopardstown in January, has the Tony Martin-trained Fill Your Hands to beat in the Brandon Hotel Maiden Hurdle.
Therefore if your hands happen to be larger than standard you will not have enough grip on the club to fill your hands and you'll squeeze the club tighter than normal to keep a hold of it.
And Bryan Cooper, above, on the mark for Gigginstown House Stud on Argentino and Savello since his return from injury last week, should double-up on Fill Your Hands and Catalaunian Fields in the maiden hurdles.