Definition of Scissors grip
1. Noun. A wrestling hold in which you wrap your legs around the opponents body or head and put your feet together and squeeze.
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Literary usage of Scissors grip
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1. Jiu-jitsu: A Comprehensive and Copiously Illustrated Treatise on the by Harry Hall Skinner (1904)
"The scissors grip is used for making an opponent break his hold and let you go in peace. Suppose B grasps A by the shoulders or around the waist; ..."
2. Text-book of Mechanical Engineering by Wilfrid James Lineham (1909)
"... by scissors grip at A. The up and-down rails are omitted for clearness. Fig. 553 represents the lifting gear at a pit-head. The cages move in opposite ..."