[ US /ˈfɔɹˌfɪŋɡɝ/ ]
[ UK /fˈɔːfɪŋɡɐ/ ]
  1. the finger next to the thumb
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How To Use forefinger In A Sentence

  • He gently took her chin between his forefinger and his thumb and raised it so she could look him in the eyes.
  • I signed the word for juice on his cheek, curving my thumb and forefinger into the shape of the letter C and tracing the movement slowly across his skin.
  • She had placed her forefinger on the placket of his buttondown shirt and had slipped it between the top two buttons.
  • During a recent conference featuring government and stock-exchange officials, a businessman named Bazarsad Jargalsaikhan won applause when he wagged his forefinger and scoffed, "We've been given many things in the past—worthless! Mining Boom Fuels New Mongol Hoard
  • I first noticed it here years ago, a stippled forefinger pointing upstream. Times, Sunday Times
  • Once he had finished them off, he summoned the waitress, looped his forefinger in the air and said, ‘Do it again.’
  • Jamie's blunt forefinger flipped one off its stem, and traced the spokes of the basidium as he marshaled his next words. Sick Cycle Carousel
  • The cutter lay like a log on the water, the reef-points rattling on the main-sail like a shower of small shot; and, every time he heard the sound, the man at the helm would raise his eyes aloft, and, fixing them steadily on the gaff-topsail for a minute or two, turn round and scan the horizon; and then, walking to the quarter, moisten his forefinger in his mouth, and hold it above his head. A Yacht Voyage to Norway, Denmark, and Sweden 2nd edition
  • He pinches his thumb and forefinger together. Times, Sunday Times
  • He pinched the leaf between his thumb and forefinger.
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