- Also thumb·i·kin [thuhm-i-kin], /ˈθʌm ɪ kɪn/, thumb·i·kins.
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How to use thumbkin in a sentence
She swallowed the hay with little thumbkin in it, and took him right down into her tummy.
The monks of Vera Cruz can best tell thee where little 'thumbkin' is.Sea-Dogs All! | Tom Bevan
And the man took off his hat and put it on the ground, when thumbkin jumped off and hid himself in the crevice of a tree.
So the man after a time agreed to sell thumbkin for a great deal of money, and the men took him away with them.
But at last the paunch of the wolf was slit open, and thumbkin jumped out and went to his mother.