Their Fingers in a sentence

How to use Their Fingers in a Sentence?

  • Now and then they were even compelled to resort to making signs with their fingers.
  • In springtime the ladies distinguish themselves by the grace with which they use their fingers.
  • Setting these beside him, they both pointed with their fingers to their open mouths.
  • They reckoned the days on their fingers and pressed forward with a feverish hurry.
  • And they seized the tips of their tongues with their fingers, to feel for themselves.
  • A group of hooded widows thrust their fingers into their ears and joined in the clamour.
  • Very few children are ever severely burnt by putting their fingers into the flame of a candle.
  • Instinctively their fingers locked together, instinctively she swayed toward him.
  • Perhaps she wishes people to keep their fingers out of the fire, by having them burned.
  • But their eyes quickly became deep and serious again, and their fingers entangled.
  • It was at the meeting of their fingers, when he gave her the bridle, that he spoke.
  • They stared and stared, while their mouths watered and their fingers itched prodigiously.
  • Yet, they both died at about the same time, or how could their fingers have been interlaced?
  • They, too, blow on their fingers and curse the cook for getting them up so early.
  • She lets them put their fingers in the fire, and never tells them that they will get burnt.

Short Example Sentence for Their Fingers

  • How their fingers would have tingled!
  • Gipsies have claws at the ends of their fingers.
  • But then their fingers would go into their ears.
  • But the boys jeered and pointed their fingers at him.
  • They knew better, shaking their fingers at him.
  • The critics laid their fingers on two weak points.
  • Slick beggars with their fingers, them jitsu blokes!
  • Look at their fingers, needle-picked and blood-tipped!
  • They had their fingers at me throat, Murphy.
  • They followed Bertie, pointing with their fingers.
  • The Franciscans, more homely, pointed with their fingers.
  • They were surprised and pushed it with their fingers till it upset.
  • Some can curve their fingers, while others straighten them out.
  • His hand touched hers; their fingers twined about each other.
  • Then they both stood up, shaking the water from their fingers.
  • And sail they do, snapping their fingers at the wool-weavers.
  • Some were blind, and some had lost part or all of their fingers by the disease.
  • Her traditional rivals pointed their fingers of fine scorn toward her.
  • We sat down, mother and daughter on the sofa with their fingers locked.
  • They accompany the music by snapping their fingers, so as to keep time to it.
  • Oh, those girls, and their promises about their fingers and their ears!
  • Some touched him with the tips of their fingers, doubtfully, pathetically.
  • They snapped their fingers at him, burnt his hotel, and shot him.
  • This time their fingers happened to touch, and they smiled without an apology.
  • Dealer and Stockman drummed their fingers on the table unconcernedly.