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  • n. Plural form of fingermark.


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  • Moosu was on the sled, and I saw by the fingermarks on his face that his womankind had done well by him.


  • Measure took his arms back, rubbed his wrists where the chief's fingermarks were white and sore.

    He Don't Know Him

  • All at once, I was being ushered to the passport booth, its glass faade smudged with fingermarks.

    Black Butterfly

  • He was pale and had hollow circles under his eyes, like black fingermarks, betraying the fact that he had not slept.


  • ‘I thought they looked like fingermarks,’ he murmured, aligning his fingers over the blue-brown smudges.

    Mistress For A Weekend

  • Greasy fingermarks abound on the white painted walls.


  • The dust lies like truth spread too thin to reveal all interpretations it reveals nothing in a blanketed expanse but sad fingermarks epithets of gloom fake messages in plumes lead horizontally

    Dust Is Not Me, the

  • Being given a plate of food with sticky fingermarks on it is just unappetizing.

    Restaurants Form Water-Saving Alliance at

  • He'd seen the woman, clear as day, and her fingermarks still remained on the frosty glass of the window.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • He prised out her breasts and one after the other squeezed them hard enough to leave red fingermarks on the tender flesh.



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