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To snap one's fingers


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To snap one's fingers at means to defy something or somebody.

Sample Usage

1. The king was in such a strong position that he could snap his fingers at his enemies.

2. Swami was so sure of himself that he could snap his fingers at all those who were not supportive of his project.


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