The emphasis was his: a high quivering shout, a forefinger stabbing upward.
He tapped once with the knuckle of his forefinger, gently, like a little mouse.
He poked the beads to the needle's tip with the forefinger of his left.
She stood there, with the keys on her forefinger, the picture of perplexity and concern.
With her forefinger she idly traced some hieroglyphics on her lap.
Looking down he saw the lady's hand resting upon his knee, and he straightway utilized the forefinger of his vis-a-vis.
Ferguson's eyes narrowed and he leveled a forefinger at his patient.
In a narrow little fissure, just within reach of my forefinger, I felt the chain.
He held it between his thumb and forefinger while the ink dried.
She located the stage-line terminal on the map, and ran her forefinger over the route.
forefinger fore·fin·ger (fôr'fĭng'gər)
See index finger.