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Definition of "nimble-fingered" []

  • Same as light-fingered; thievish; pilfering. (adjective)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "nimble-fingered" in a sentence
  • "Or maybe the leaves need to be rolled by many different hands: one look at the dark green avalanche that Leena and her nimble-fingered daughters produce in their Beirut kitchen and you can tell whose hands rolled which leaf."
  • "Last week Rigby & Peller, the now-famous lingerie business founded by the nimble-fingered Bertha Rigby and Gita Peller, was sold in a deal that valued the company at nearly £10m."
  • "The nimble-fingered two of you have an early-morning (for me)/late morning (Anni)/evening (PB) tie!"