Man: Elevate the index-finger and turn the hand hither and thither.
Come: Elevate the index-finger near the face, extend the hand and return it with a number of gentle jerks.
Another specimen of Nelson's, marked Sabotinsky, has the index-finger cavity and one finger-peg.
Arrive: Clap the hands, elevating the index-finger of the right hand.
Took out my ring of brass, and put it on the index-finger of my right hand, with the scutum Davidis traced thereon.
Child: Push the index-finger rapidly into the air then draw the hand back downward.
With index-finger and thumb Salaman made an "O," and looked shrewdly through it.
Gunpowder: Rub the thumb and index-finger together repeatedly.
It may seem a bit odd to use the world's index-finger to point out our faithfulness to our Master's will.
Coat: Separate the thumb and index-finger of each hand and pass them downward over the sides of the body.
index finger n.
The finger next to the thumb. Also called first finger, forefinger.