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  • n. A blemish made by a dirty finger.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a smudge made by a (dirty) finger


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  • Now I have a thin band of sunburn on my forehead, running right underneath where the hair is now, edged with fingermark smears where I smooshed the lotion up to the area where my hair should have been, dammit.

    The Death of Reagan

  • Further up the peninsula check out Cooktown (fingermark, mackerel, and all those other fun, good-eating species), and Lakefield National Park (bookings here are essential).

    Surviving Australia

  • I'm mighty glad to hear you're getting so many wedding presents that you think you'll have enough to furnish your house, only you don't want to fingermark them looking to see it a hundred-thousand-dollar check from me ain't slipped in among them, because it ain't.

    Old Gorgon Graham

  • Mr Steirn said the fingermark corroborated his client's account. | Top Stories

  • His barrister, Clive Steirn SC, put forward numerous grounds of appeal, including the finding, after the trial, of an apparent blood-stained fingermark on an intercom. | Top Stories

  • A little finger would periodically reach up to the kitchen counter and make a fingermark in the flour.



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