Definition of forefinger
Recent Examples of forefinger from the Web
Now, roughly 7 months later, Lottie is commemorating her mom with a second tattoo — this time on her hand, between her thumb and forefinger.
The fact of life is that lots of dads say stupid things, but not all dads have the internet between their thumb and forefinger 24/7.
Remove any skins that remain attached to individual beans by rubbing the bean between your thumb and forefinger.
With this gesture, the forefinger and thumb touch to create a circle and the other three fingers are straight.
Each line of copy should be an invitation — a curling, come-hither forefinger begging you to open the cap.
The young prince began to mimic his mannerisms—walking with one arm behind his back, gesturing with his right forefinger, clasping his hands for emphasis, and pushing up the sleeve of his left arm.
On his body was one prominent wound, other than the one from the arrowhead: a deep cut in his right hand between the thumb and forefinger, down to the bone and potentially disabling.
Delicately, with a forefinger, Lincoln touched his son’s brow.
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First Known Use of forefinger
FOREFINGER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of forefinger for English Language Learners
: the finger that is next to the thumb
FOREFINGER Defined for Kids
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