Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The point or end of the finger.
- n. That at which the finger is pointed.
“The workers would snicker and finger-point in a manner stereotypical of alpha males watching something that, in their estimation, is less than manly.”
“AWESOME! he said with a finger-point and accompanying laughter.”
“And don't come back here again!" the gangly twentysomething white dude proclaimed with mock bravado and accompanying finger-point, occasioning another outburst of laughter from the bench a train-track over, which prompted him to do an inadvertent Beavis & Butt-head impression.”
“That means bringing in a slew of free swinging hosts and talking heads who can bait, harangue, shout, and finger-point guests, each other, and spin the news in an in-your-face way to get the tongues wagging and the verbal fists flying.”
“We can each find the issue that triggers our impulse to complain about President Obama and finger-point at Congress.”
“Again, with the accusatory finger-point as accompaniment to his line.”
“Their response has been silence, indifference, to scream racism, or to finger-point the Bush Justice Department as mute and lax in prosecuting the pile of civil rights violations and voter intimidation cases against minorities.”
“Smartly put together and with an obvious agenda to finger-point, embarrass and shame would we expect anything less from Oliver Stone?”
“Many uncivil tongues were freed to spout hate and intolerance, to whine and finger-point when things did not go their way, to paint themselves as victims and to vilify and attack anyone that disagreed.”
“Because on that very date anytime someone saw something a little out of whack, they called, SMS'd, Instant Messaged, began to blog -- and no longer waited till they got to work or a cocktail party to make a finger-point known to pals.”
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