Synonyms for fore finger

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There they soon after cut off the thumb and mangled the fore finger of my left hand.

Of course they know that very well, and make the sign for it, shelling the fore finger.

Silvia opened her eyes and made the little horizontal motion with her fore finger which in Italy means no.

And Skiff Miller, too overwrought for speech, held up a fore finger for them to see.

"You should have been born in the Spice Islands," said the hostess, tapping the dark cheek with her fore finger.

The tube is then held over a watch-glass, or a slide, upon which the water and object will fall on removing the fore finger.

The fore finger is then again applied to the tube, and, as thus held, the water will not run out.

Ranaway, my negro man Levi—his left hand has been burnt, and I think the end of his fore finger is off.

The pustule on the fore finger shews the disease in an earlier stage.

One man has been known to awaken from his sleep with two captives, one between the thumb and fore finger of each hand.