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Arm In Arm ( peoples arms are hooked together ... )

"Arm In Arm"

Two (or more) people are arm in arm when their arms are hooked together so they are connected.

Example: "The young lovers walked though the park, arm in arm."

Example: "The protesters stood at the door, arm in arm."

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