a children’s party game in which a blindfolded player, holding a paper tail, is turned around several times before a large picture of a tailless donkey that the player then attempts to locate in order to pin the tail in place.
[pin-tl] /ˈpɪn tl/ noun 1. a pin or bolt, especially one on which something turns, as the gudgeon of a hinge. 2. a pin, bolt, or hook by which a gun or the like is attached to the rear of a towing vehicle. 3. a cast iron or steel base for a wooden post, often […]
[pin-toh, peen-] /ˈpɪn toʊ, ˈpin-/ adjective 1. marked with spots of white and other colors; mottled; spotted: a pinto horse. noun, plural pintos. 2. Western U.S. a pinto horse. 3. . /ˈpɪntəʊ/ adjective 1. marked with patches of white; piebald noun (pl) -tos 2. a pinto horse n. 1860, “a horse marked black and white,” […]
noun 1. a variety of the common bean, Phaseolus vulgaris, having mottled or spotted seeds: grown chiefly in the southern U.S. noun 1. a variety of kidney bean that has mottled seeds and is grown for food and fodder in the southwestern US
[pinch] /pɪntʃ/ noun 1. gas with high illuminating power made from shale oil or petroleum, used in buoys, lighthouses, and railroad cars.