- n. Plural form of fingernail.
“And the dirt under my fingernails is from gardening, not grave-digging.”
“And that image of a family man with blood under his fingernails is going to stay with me for a long time.”
“I was going to say the same thing as Julie: the best way to trim an infant's fingernails is to put her finger in your mouth and nibble the nail off with your teeth.”
“Apparently, cutting baby's fingernails is sure to bring the curses of hell upon the pobrecito and condemn it to a life of ill-health.”
“Some good news for the many iPhone users frustrated with the smartphone’s onscreen keyboard (my wife, with her long fingernails, is one of them).”
“As a POW the enemy pulled off all his finger nails and toe nails (his fingernails are all missing, I never saw him without shoes on so I can't vouch for his toenails being gone).”
“My hands were pretty calloused after all that shoveling, and my fingernails were a mess.”
“ A fight so vicious I still recall my fingernails scrapping the hardwood floor as I tucked my head between my knees, fearing an actual blow was headed my way; imagining how horrid to be a battered woman with a Ph. D.”
“What do you do when the only tool to clean your fingernails is a chainsaw?”
“When she spoke out loud and gave us a little passion, it was called fingernails on a chalkboard.”
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