Place the cookies on a foil-lined cookie sheet and flatten slightly with a glass or with the fist of your hand.
Not a crime, by any means, but why, I shake my fist at the sky, why did they have to go there?
So, I haul off and belt him, two or three times, with my fist.
An ‘F you’ ring in 18-karat gold with diamonds or a fist emoticon in 18-karat gold and diamonds.
Bored, Bieber started a game, playfully jabbing everyone in the crotch with his fist.
They had reached us while our host was down, even while my fist was still clenched.
Bill stopped abruptly, for Murphy's fist was under his nose.
He shook his fist at them savagely, then disappeared like a flash into the woods.
His pipe was in his fist again, and he was chewing wrathfully.
The lanky youth turned and shook his fist at him, as if threatening to settle the score at a later day.
Old English fyst, from West Germanic *fustiz (cf. Old Saxon and Old High German fust, Old Frisian fest, Middle Dutch vuust, Dutch vuist, German Faust), from Proto-Germanic *fukhstiz, probably ultimately from PIE *penkwe- "five" (cf. Old Church Slavonic pesti, Russian piasti "fist").