wide at the hips and narrowing to the ankle:
peg-top trousers; peg-top skirts.
a child’s wooden top that spins on a metal peg.
peg tops, peg-top trousers.
(of skirts, trousers, etc) wide at the hips then tapering off towards the ankle
a child’s spinning top, usually made of wood with a metal centre pin
- Peg out
verb (adverb) 1. (intransitive) (informal) to collapse or die 2. (croquet) 3. (intransitive) (cribbage) to score the point that wins the game 4. (transitive) to mark or secure with pegs: to peg out one’s claims to a piece of land verb phrase To die: Harrison actually pegged out in 1841 [1855+; fr the ending of […]
[pel-ee] /ˈpɛl i/ noun 1. a river in SE Yukon Territory, Canada, flowing NW to the Yukon River. 330 miles (530 km) long.
/ˈpɛlməˌnɪzəm/ noun 1. a system of training to improve the memory 2. (often not capital) Also called pairs, (esp US) concentration. a memory card game in which a pack of cards is spread out face down and players try to turn up pairs with the same number
[pel-muh-nee; Russian pyil-mye-nyi] /ˈpɛl mə ni; Russian pyɪlˈmyɛ nyɪ/ plural noun, Russian Cookery. 1. a Siberian dish of small pockets of dough filled with seasoned, minced beef, lamb, or pork and served boiled, fried, or in a soup.