Third-person singular simple present indicative form of finger. (verb)
Examples of word fingers
Somebody calls it _fingers_, and that is just what it is, long fingers of dawn, always pale, always gray and white, stealing in and around my pillow for me.
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That seemed to stump all of them for a minute, so I had time to tap on the number 6, followed by the word fingers , then I pushed play so they could all hear my answer.
Peter, yep, licking your fingers is an essential part of this dish!
M. Gutmann is a pianist with a neat but somewhat cold style of playing; he has what one calls fingers, and uses them with much dexterity.
Photograph: Felicity Cloake for the Guardian fish and chips proper (by which I mean not involving the word fingers until tragically late in life, in part because of a shameful childish antipathy towards things with fins, but mostly because I'm embarrassingly middle class (coq au vin, yes.