An' they say one o' his thumbs was bigger'n the hand o' Providence.
He suggested it, by creasing his face with his two thumbs, from the corners of his mouth to his ears.
She attended the gladiatorial contests and played with her thumbs.
I'll bet they could be hard as nails to anybody they had under their thumbs.
Lute's fingers were so eager to grasp that letter that they were all thumbs.
Then press down on the cell posts with your thumbs, and the jar.
My hands were cramped; my thumbs red and swollen, almost raw.
On the ninth I shut down, clamped with my thumbs, and froze there.
John Mantor rocked back on his heels, hooking his thumbs in his belt.
He pressed his hands together, thumbs tight against each other.