Each of the four slender jointed parts attached to either hand (or five, if the thumb is included)
he wagged his finger at her
The little finger (as the one most easily inserted into the ear).
= middle finger; (in Middle English) †the index finger (obsolete).
Involving the use of only one finger.
Used to refer to clumsy or inaccurate typing, typically resulting from one finger striking two keys at the same time
A small bowl containing water for rinsing the fingers during or after a meal
Indian term for chip2noun2noun2noun.
Dry and style (hair) by repeatedly running one’s fingers through it
Food served in such a form and style that it can conveniently be eaten with the fingers
A hole in a wind instrument that may be covered or left open to change pitch when playing
A handhold formed by wedging a finger in a crack in the rock
A wave set in wet hair using the fingers
A small oblong piece of flaked or minced fish coated in batter or breadcrumbs and fried or grilled
Any of a number of plants with leaves that are divided into five leaflets or with flowers that have five petals, such as cinquefoil
The finger next to the little finger, especially of the left hand, on which the wedding ring is worn
One of several alternating columns of rising and descending water produced when a layer of water is overlain by a denser, saltier layer
A finger-like loop of peptides enclosing a bound zinc ion at one end, typically part of a larger protein molecule (in particular one regulating transcription)
(Chiefly in plural) the common foxglove, Digitalis purpurea.
A condition in which a finger is permanently flexed at the distal joint owing to rupture of the extensor tendon, often resulting from a blow to the tip of the extended finger; a finger so affected.
A buffet consisting of food of a kind that may be easily eaten with the fingers
A small cymbal that can be attached to a finger or thumb, worn in pairs that are struck together to provide a rhythmic accompaniment to dancing
A region in central New York that is named for its series of narrow glacial lakes that lie parallel in a North-South orientation. Canandaigua, Keuka, Seneca, and Cayuga lakes are among the better known
Thick paint designed to be applied with the fingers, used especially by young children
The finger next to the thumb; the forefinger; the index finger
The finger next to the thumb; the forefinger
another term for kidney vetch.
The smallest finger, at the outer side of the hand, furthest from the thumb
The finger next to the forefinger
Informal term for Raynaud's disease.
= mallet finger.
The third finger of the left hand, on which the wedding ring is traditionally worn.
The index finger.
A form of sign language using the fingers to spell out words
A biscuit with a long, narrow shape
Language expressed by means of the finger alphabet
Very tasty; delicious
Actions or words that bring attention to a particular person or issue
The action of reprimanding or warning someone
The forefinger of the right hand, as that with which the trigger of a gun is typically pulled
An aspect between three planets where one is quincunx to each of the other two, which are sextile to each other
Make the slightest effort to do something, especially to help someone
The wild arum or cuckoo pint, Arum maculatum.
A gesture made with the middle finger raised as an offensive sign of contempt (also figurative); compare to give (someone) the finger.
Openly accuse someone or apportion blame
Inform against (someone) to the authorities
An act of shoplifting
An exercise on the piano for all the fingers on both hands
Stop hesitating or wasting time and start to act
Raynaud’s disease caused by prolonged use of vibrating hand tools or machinery