Sprawl

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Sprawl

• (v. i.) To spread irregularly, as vines, plants, or tress; to spread ungracefully, as chirography. • (v. i.) To spread and stretch the body or limbs carelessly in a horizontal position; to lie with the limbs stretched out ungracefully. • (v. i.) To move, when lying down, with awkward extension and motions of the limbs; to scramble ...
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sprawl

1. To spread and stretch the body or limbs carelessly in a horizontal position; to lie with the limbs stretched out ungracefully. ... 2. To spread irregularly, as vines, plants, or tress; to spread ungracefully, as chirography. ... 3. To move, when lying down, with awkward extension and motions of the limbs; to scramble in creeping. 'The birds were...
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sprawl

sprawling noun an ungainly posture with arms and legs spread about
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Sprawl

[grappling] A sprawl is a martial arts and wrestling term for a defensive technique that is done in response to certain takedown attempts, typically double or single leg takedown attempts. The sprawl is performed by scooting the legs backwards, so as to land on the upper back of the opponent attempting the takedown. The resultant position i...
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Sprawl

Sprawl (spral) intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Sprawled (sprald); present participle & verbal noun Sprawling .] [ Middle English spraulen ; confer Swedish sprattla to sprawl, dial. Swedish spralla , D...
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Sprawl

A defensive grappling technique used to avoid a double or single leg takedown by throwing your legs behind you and dropping your weight on top of the attacker.
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Sprawl

A defensive grappling technique used to avoid a double or single leg takedown by throwing your legs behind you and dropping your weight on top of the attacker.
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sprawl

A move used to counter a leg shot. The wrestler throws the legs back and arches the hips into the opponent to break the hold.
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Sprawl

A response to a takedown attempt, where the competitor jumps back, drops his hips, and drives his weight into the opponent who is attempting to take him down.
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Sprawl

A technique to defend against a takedown (usually a single or double leg takedown) in which the defender will push down the forward moving attackers neck and/or head into the ground while shooting their legs backwards and pushing their own pelvis as close to the floor as possible.
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Sprawl

A type of dig in which the player does not dive forward, but rather places his hands on the ground and pushes his body forward and down. Similar to diving for a ball, but not actually leaving the ground.
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Sprawl

An elementary counter to a leg shot. The wrestler throws his legs back, arching his hips into the opponent if necessary, making it harder to keep a grip on his legs.
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Sprawl

The spread of residential areas, shopping centres, and small industries outside of city boundaries.
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Sprawl

Unplanned development of open land.
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sprawl

[n] - an ungainly posture with arms and legs spread about 2. [v] - go, come, or spread in a rambling or irregular way 3. [v] - sit or lie with one`s limbs spread out
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