Recent Examples of little finger from the Web
Making the signature gesture of the Texas Longhorn football team, a clenched fist with the index finger and little finger extended.
The journalists asked if the girls could wrap Papa around their little fingers.
His truck keys were looped around his little finger.
The patrols are so frequent that children have learned to flash the thumb-and-little finger wiggle gesture popularized by American soldiers.
So-Smart parlay by taking his tiny little shears into his tiny little fingers and snipping away at the nuclear deal with Iran.
Your thumb and little finger might bend to hold your phone in place.
But the main focus of attention in Ibrahimovic's Tweet was the condition of Bailly's little finger, which appeared to be painfully bent out of shape.
Her little fingers wiggled amid the wreckage, one rescue worker said.
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First Known Use of little finger
before 12th century
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Definition of little finger for English Language Learners
: the finger that is farthest from your thumb
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