interdigit

in·ter·dig·it

(in'tĕr-dij'it),
That part of the hand or foot lying between any two adjacent fingers or toes.

in·ter·dig·it

(in'tĕr-dij'it)
That part of the hand or foot lying between any two adjacent fingers or toes.

interdigit

(in?ter-di'jit)
The area between any two contiguous toes or fingers or their associated metatarsals or metacarpals.
See: intermetacarpal; intermetatarsal
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The first block lasted 3 minutes and was composed of 58 sums with a 3-second interdigit interval.
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