We would scratch the bottom of the chocolate with our thumbnails until we found a pinkie.
As I rub my left hand, I notice a small bruise around the knuckle of my pinkie finger.
The 'pinkie' is a schooner-rigged craft, sharp at both ends, a short peak running up aft, and designed for a chasing sea.
The battle of pinkie was fought in 1547, when he was sixteen.
Thus Somerset entirely lost the object of his campaign, and only earned the desperate hate of the Scots for the carnage of pinkie.
An' pinkie'll run around an' slip it to youse before mornin'.
Every art is employed, without removing the nest or egg, to mislead the blindfolded player, who is also called the pinkie.
pinkie Bonn, then, was still alone, and still waiting for the Pug.
pinkie says it's been such bad weather they've had to tie umbrellas and waterproofs to them, too.
She could get them—before pinkie Bonn and the Pug—if she hurried.
"the little finger," 1808, in Scottish, from Dutch pinkje, diminutive of pink "little finger," of uncertain origin.
pinkie pink·ie or pink·y (pĭng'kē)
The little finger.
An operative or agent of the Pinkerton detective agency: how you suppose Pinkies get trainin' (1850+)
: pinky ring
The little finger: Pardon my lifted pinky (1860+)
[fr an earlier adjective sense, ''small, tiny'']