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Examples

  • The Executioner plunged his long-fingered hand straight through a pane of glass.

    End of Time

  • In the exchange of money his hand—very graceful and long-fingered—touched mine.

    Bird Cloud

  • Opening his eyes, Dante glanced down at the long-fingered hand clutching his arm.

    Etched in Bone

  • I stared at his massive, long-fingered hands and had all sorts of indecent thoughts about proportionality.

    How to Flirt with A Naked Werewolf

  • Equally remarkable, among many splendid examples intended for public display, is a French 12th-century gilded bust of St. Baudime, who confronts us, inlaid enamel eyes staring, long-fingered hands raised.

    Where Revered Relics Repose

  • It starts out as a "long-fingered" handshake when they meet, but follow it as you read, because eventually, that long finger is literally everywhere.

    Julie Gerstenblatt: Pornography for Mommies

  • It's hard not to blush when a man hot, long-fingered, fictional or otherwise says, "First I'm going to spank you and then I'm going to have my way with you."

    Julie Gerstenblatt: Pornography for Mommies

  • I see one long-fingered, manicured hand reach into the folds of his robe, and come out holding a token-box.

    The Peacock King: Book 1, Chapter 1

  • The nicknames alone are entertaining: an emotional soldier called PFC Cold-Cuts, a stun gun dubbed Cultural Awareness, a long-fingered Iraqi known as Sheik Banana-Hands.

    A Soldier's Story

  • He stood at a nearby sink and was washing long-fingered hands carefully.

    A Corridor in the Asylum

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