Definition of Clothespins

1. Noun. (plural of clothespin) ¹



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Definition of Clothespins

1. clothespin [n] - See also: clothespin

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Clothespins

clotheshorses
clothesless
clothesline
clotheslined
clotheslines
clotheslining
clothesmaker
clothesmakers
clothesmaking
clothespeg
clothespegs
clothespin
clothespin vote
clothespinned
clothespinning
clothespins (current term)
clothespress
clothespresses
clothest
clothestree
clotheth
clothianidin
clothier
clothiers
clothing
clothing bin
clothing compulsive
clothing optional
clothing store
clothings

Literary usage of Clothespins

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1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1914)
"A light metal rod is clamped to the ring by means of two clothespins, and turns in a bearing (which is merely twisted wire) just at the level of the fluid; ..."

2. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1889)
"I don't know anything about clothespins, except that there are such things. I know there are linchpins and kingpins tor locomotives, but they lire not used ..."

3. Women Wanted: The Story Written in Blood Red Letters on the Horizon of the by Mrs Mabel (Potter) Daggett (1918)
"But the lady had only a woman's logic: "If I wish to buy a dozen clothespins," she insisted, "I don't care how much the person who makes the clothespins ..."

4. The Speaker (1913)
"She fill her mouth with clothespins, and then she lift one tablecloth by his ears, ... Then I poked six (6) clothespins in my mouth like wooden cigars. ..."

5. The Farm Woodlot: A Handbook of Forestry for the Farmer and the Student in by John Philip Wentling, Edward Gheen Cheyney (1914)
"Toothpicks; shoe pegs and lasts; wood pulp; spools; clothespins; screws; flooring; veneers; furniture; bobbins and spindles; wooden skewers; homemade barrel ..."

6. Efficiency Arithmetic: Primary by Charles Ernest Chadsey, James Hamblin Smith (1917)
"Nine clothespins and 8 clothespins are how many clothespins? 2. Harold has 7 large ducks and 8 small ducks. How many ducks has he? 3. ..."

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