[pin-sher] /ˈpɪn ʃər/
one of a group of related dogs including the Doberman pinscher, miniature pinscher, and affenpinscher.
1926, from German Pinscher, also Pinsch, probably from English pinch, in reference to its “clipped” ears.
noun 1. leather made of the skin of young seals.
[pin-set-er] /ˈpɪnˌsɛt ər/ noun 1. a mechanical apparatus in a bowling alley that places all of the into position at one time and removes that have been knocked down. 2. .
/ˈpɪnˌsɛnt/ noun 1. Sir Matthew (Clive). born 1970, British oarsman; won four gold medals in rowing events at consecutive Olympic Games (1992, 1996, 2000, 2004)
noun A narcotics injection made with a safety pin and an eyedropper (1940s+ Narcotics)