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    Moving fingers through beard

    A person, if he moves/combs his beard with fingers - what would you say? What is the person doing? Can we say -
    The man is fumbling his beard. (?)

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    Re: Moving fingers through beard

    Quote Originally Posted by abdmlkbd View Post
    A person, if he moves/combs his beard with fingers - what would you say? What is the person doing? Can we say -
    The man is fumbling his beard. (?)
    Being a bearded person, I would suggest 'fingering his beard' or 'stroking his beard'.

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    Re: Moving fingers through beard

    thanks really....

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