fist bump

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fist bump

1. noun The act of touching the knuckle side of one's clenched fist with someone else's, either as a greeting or in a cheerful or celebratory manner. Also known as a "pound." He was so excited by the team's overtime win that he gave everyone fist bumps as we left the stadium.
2. verb To touch one's clenched fist with someone else's in such a manner. He was so excited by the team's overtime win that he was fist bumping everyone as we left the stadium.
See also: bump, fist
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After the program, participants are gathered for a photo-op - and, without being given a chance to refuse, those present are asked to raise a Duterte fist-bump and are snapped in that embarrassing pose.
After greeting pupil Newton Mwaniki with a fist-bump, Harry then sat down to listen in on a session which was part of the Full Effect programme.
LOUIS Everywhere Eddie Olczyk turned Wednesday morning at Scottrade Center, there was a handshake or a fist-bump or a hug waiting.
screeched linebacker Luke Kuechly, running across the field to fist-bump Adams.
Soldiers greet their commander in chief President Duterte with fist-bump.
Before I headed back to the paddock to fist-bump Hammy, I made my annual stop at the Gamezone (which was sadly much diminished this year for reasons unknown and needed visitors to spend BD15 in the retail section to get an entrance ticket) where I took part in a race on the F1 video game simulators.
He even made a fist-bump gesture to say goodbye to one of his doctors.
Sonal and dad Anish fist-bump whenever Rhea gets an answer right.
Now even doctors are being encouraged to fist-bump their 'hellos' to improve infection control.
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The late Egyptian diplomat took the interview with a smile, finishing with a fist-bump and a glowing Bob Marley endorsement: "Put down your gun and listen to Bob Marley
NOT MANY PEOPLE on this Earth can boast being on a fist-bump basis with Bob Dylan.
The subjects were then asked to fist-bump, high-five, and shake hands with five other people wearing sterile gloves.
If the general public could be encouraged to fist-bump, there is genuine potential to reduce the spread of infectious diseases.