We could find Waldo anywhere while tripping—like beneath a fingernail or inside our eyelid.
He gave up the fingernail as a lost cause, and begged the moral dilemma to go away a while.
A black pellet the size of his fingernail dropped into his palm.
It was a slender lead, but the only one large enough to get even a fingernail grip on.
She had been having trouble with her pen point and was picking at it with her fingernail.
Deftly he slit the paper with his fingernail and removed a strip of it, revealing a listening device.
He nodded toward the ape-man, while with his own fingernail he wrote.
He took it with him to the nearest bank, feeling its folded bulk and running a fingernail along the serrated edge.
She said he reminded her of the new moon when it is no bigger than a fingernail.
Almost every caruncle present after 50 days could be flicked off easily with a probe or fingernail.
fingernail fin·ger·nail (fĭng'gər-nāl')
The nail on a finger.