forefinger

[ fawr-fing-ger, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF forefinger

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And Andy knew that he had the life of a man under the command of his forefinger.

To be crushed, as it were, under the tip of a forefinger was an unpleasant experience.

Doctor taps Mr. Dibble on the eyebrow with his forefinger, and away they go.

A young Savoyard, eighteen years old, had had his forefinger shot off.

"Now, I'll put you in a corner," forensically shaking a forefinger at him.

The politician solemnly pointed downwards with his forefinger.

One particle which had adhered to his thumb he removed with his forefinger.

"Ye must pay a pinny or ilse put your forefinger in," says McCarthy.

He strode across the room and shook his forefinger in his victim's face.

Hugh was standing in thought, with head bent, and the nail of his forefinger on his cheek.

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