Clothes-pin



[klohz-pin, klohth z-, klohs-] /ˈkloʊzˌpɪn, ˈkloʊðz-, ˈkloʊs-/

noun
1.
a device, such as a forked piece of wood or plastic, for fastening articles to a clothesline.
n.

also clothespin, by 1834, American English, from clothes + pin (n.). Clothes-peg in the same sense attested from 1812.

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