But Grayson has put his finger on the logic of the conservative approach to the issue.
The scene he does with Juliette Lewis at the school where he kisses her and then sticks his finger in her mouth is so creepy.
The knife she uses, left over from a previous struggle with Dan, is covered in his finger prints.
Massa “never lifted a finger for the public option, so far as I know,” he said.
Ornstein pointed the finger at Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), who's questioning of Hagel during the confirmation hearing raised hackles.
When a window is soiled you can write on it with your finger; then your finger becomes soiled.
She must not put even a finger out of the cellar-door all day.
He hesitated, with his finger upon the switch-button of the weapon.
"There," said I, spreading the speller flat on the table and pointing with my finger.
I urged him with my finger but still he refused to see the door.
Old English fingor, from Proto-Germanic *fingraz (cf. Old Saxon fingar, Old Frisian finger, Old Norse fingr, Dutch vinger, German Finger, Gothic figgrs), with no cognates outside Germanic; perhaps connected with PIE *penkwe-, the root meaning "five."
As a unit of measure (Middle English) it represents the breadth of a finger, about three-quarters of an inch. They generally are numbered from the thumb, and named index finger, fool's finger, leech- or physic-finger, and ear-finger.
finger fin·ger (fĭng'gər)
One of the five digits of the hand, especially one other than the thumb.
butterfingers, five fingers, give five fingers to, give someone the finger, not lay a glove on someone, play stinky-pinky, put one's finger on something, put the finger on someone, stand around with one's finger up one's ass
A Unix program that displays information about a particular user or all users logged on the system, or a remote system. Finger typically shows full name, last login time, idle time, terminal line, and terminal location (where applicable). It may also display a plan file left by the user (see also Hacking X for Y). Some versions take a "-l" (long) argument which yields more information.