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  • n. Plural form of fingerful.


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  • I'm waiting again to cross, picking fingersful of muffin from the paper sack and watching the phalanx of cars race by, not even a cell of a thought in my mind that I might jump the change, when a man who's got the green stops, an executive wearing a crisp white shirt and shiny red tie, and he raises his palm to gesture me safely across, making all the cars behind him wait while

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  • He shook off his shock; got several fingersful of the ointment, and began to massage it as gently as possible into the bruised area, working his way from the edges inward.

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  • I fingered more of the meal, a good two fingersful, into my mouth.

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  • Serve, topping each portion with a few fingersful of ricotta salata, a few slivers of beet, and a slice or two of avocado, if you like, and cap with a light sprinkling of minced lemon zest.



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