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- n. middle finger
- n. A state of postponement or procrastination.
- n. hire purchase or credit.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
“You think I’m crazy?” says Dante, pointing a long finger at Kate and smiling as though she’s just been Punk’d.
But” — he extended his long finger toward Mr. Phinn’s breast pocket — “isn’t that a magnifying glass you have managed to unearth?”
Even through his shirt, she gauged the exact degree of heat he radiated, felt the impression of each long finger covering her eyes, was cognizant of his lower body brushing against her skirts and, mortifyingly, knew she sought the evidence of his own desire in that contact, and even more humiliatingly, felt the thrill of undeniable feminine triumph when she felt him, hard and aroused, against her.
Now, John Silbert Hemming was aiming a startingly long finger at her and saying, "I hope you mean that, about wanting to know everything.
His long finger extensions were often filled with poison at the undersea court, and it amused him to use such deadly devices for harpooning snacks.