Definition of Pinche

1. Noun. South American tamarin with a tufted head.

Exact synonyms: Leontocebus Oedipus
Generic synonyms: Leoncita, Lion Marmoset, Lion Monkey, Tamarin



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pinche

pinch hitter
pinch hitters
pinch of salt
pinch pennies
pinch point
pinch reflex diode
pinch runner
pinchable
pinchbeck
pinchbecks
pinchbug
pinchbugs
pinchcock
pinchcocks
pinche (current term)
pincheck
pinchecks
pinched
pinched look
pinchem
pincher
pinchers
pinches
pinches of salt
pinchfist
pinchfists
pinchgut
pinchguts
pinchily

Literary usage of Pinche

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1. The Animal Kingdom Arranged in Conformity with Its Organization by Georges Cuvier, Edward Griffith, Charles Hamilton Smith, Edward Pidgeon, John Edward Gray, George Robert Gray (1827)
"Body grayish brown, two great tufts of white hair before the ears. Found throughout almost all South America. The pinche, (Simia ..."

2. The History of the Northern Interior of British Columbia: Formerly New by Adrien Gabriel Morice (1904)
"We read in the Fort St. James Journal, under dat December loth, 1865: "Jem Boucher with Desmarais ol to pinche with liquor for Mr. Hamilton and ..."

3. The History of the Northern Interior of British Columbia, Formerly New by Adrien Gabriel Morice (1905)
"lying to the east of Lake Stuart, they had to pass the Company's guard-house, situated on Rey Lake, five miles to the east of pinche, when their furs could ..."

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