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  • n. Plural form of fingerful.


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  • In the morning he woke me, whispering Honey, Honey, smearing the sheets in elaborate patterns with fingerfuls of poop from his diaper, twining his fingers in my hair, Honey.

    That Baby

  • Even exposure to a few fingerfuls of dust can raise a toddler's blood lead to dangerous levels, scientists say.

    For many kids, lead threat is right in their own homes

  • Some people scoop fingerfuls of frosting into their mouth, one burst of buttercream at a time.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • She might even sleep like a brick, her breath sugary from fingerfuls of molasses or sand-cookie crumbs.


  • Manifesting supreme indifference to the vatulalilu flowers" ferocious fragrance, the Deyzara blithely smeared large fingerfuls of the potent syrupy extrusion all over his body.

    Drowning World


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