He stuck his index finger in the red welt around the spot where bin Laden shot me.
She stabs at the air with her index finger, the shocks of her rust-colored hair bouncing with every word of her response.
The intermediate and distal phalanges of the index finger show contraction, as if the Palestinian Arab were squeezing something.
Poe and Dylan Thomas both wheeled and reeled until the index finger representing each of them collapsed.
Then, at 6:01 PM, he wrapped his index finger around the cool metal trigger.
He was hunched over a typewriter, laboriously poking at the keys with the index finger of each hand.
“Wait,” said the Doctor, more gravely, arresting the movement with his index finger.
The superstition required the suspected party to touch the neck of the deceased with the index finger of the left hand.
“See,” she said, with her index finger upon the second line of the column.
The left hand is then introduced, and the thumb and the index finger grasp hold of the broad ligament above the forceps.
index finger n.
The finger next to the thumb. Also called first finger, forefinger.