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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Their photo circulated on social media - some netizens appreciate it while others think it was inappropriate for a leader of the Supreme Court to do the fist-bump, citing the independence of the judiciary from the executive branch of government.
Frankly, I want to give this man a high-five and a fist-bump. He one-upped Job.
Minutes later she posted a selfie clad in a balaclava with the words "wing it" and a fist-bump emoji.
From left to right: Eric Fermin, Max's COO, POC secretary-general Patrick Gregorio and Robert Trota, Max's president and CEO, seal the deal with a fist-bump.
The VR headset and hand controllers allow people to interact, talk to each other, point at and pick up items, and even fist-bump at the end of a successful meeting.
All very plausible until you see ask why Olson felt compelled to fist-bump her playing partner immediately after her "lucky" break.
"Steph gave a little fist-bump to Israel whom he called little man.'" The meeting was arranged by Aniel in the private corridor next to the Warriors lockerroom.
After I won the first set, he gave me a fist-bump and told me I was playing well.
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.
"You have to be extra smart." Sonal and dad Anish fist-bump whenever Rhea gets an answer right.
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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."