Jujitsu (noun)

Jujitsu is a form of martial arts that emphasizes the use of leverage and joint locks, rather than strikes, to subdue an opponent.

Origin:

The word jujitsu is derived from the japanese words "ju" meaning "gentle or yielding" and "jitsu" meaning "art or technique".

Examples:

  1. He was a black belt in jujitsu.
  2. She learned jujitsu as a form of self-defense.
  3. Jujitsu is a form of martial arts that emphasizes the use of leverage and joint locks.
  4. Jujitsu is a defensive martial art that is designed to neutralize an opponent's attack.
  5. Jujitsu is considered a soft style of martial arts, which makes it suitable for people of all ages and sizes.
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