- n. A form of paint designed to be applied using the fingers, especially by children.
- v. alternative spelling of finger paint.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A type of paint having the consistency of a thin paste or jelly, which is applied to a surface by dipping fingers into the paint and smearing the paint on the surface, usually in artistic patterns. It is used primarily by children.
- n. paint that has the consistency of jelly
“That’s why it’s called fingerpaint, she pointed out.”
“There is something oddly flat and robotic about a world populated by people who only want to "hook-up" (or "fingerpaint" as the”
“We've seen everything from apps that regulate your jog with perfectly-timed tunes, sing along with your GPS, immerse you in an another world, sound like T-Pain, fingerpaint with sound, and tackle countless other tasks.”
“Are we genetically programmed through evolution to make dumb choices, like propping up the Harper government, or were we made out of fingerpaint, flour-and-water paste and construction paper by a kindergarten god?”
“If you don't get the print you want, wipe off the fish with a wet paper towel and go again. squirrelgirl: I think that fingerpaint would be too gooey unless they could be diluted with water ... sort of milk-consistency.”
“Rather than looking like soot or rust from outer space, it looked like fingerpaint, like a prank gone very poorly.”
“All us folks who do art, create poetry and the like, we're just a bunch of little kids with our fingers in the fingerpaint.”
“The stuff they covered her in -- a blend of vegetable oil, black fingerpaint and organic baby shampoo -- was so scary-looking it triggered a hazmat crew.”
“Beyond the living room, Anna could glimpse the kitchen, decorated with fingerpaint drawings and noodle art.”
“Divide your fingerpaint into separate small containers and let it cool before mixing in your food coloring.”
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