[pin-ter] /ˈpɪn tər/
Harold, 1930–2008, English playwright.
Harold. 1930–2008, English dramatist. His plays, such as The Caretaker (1959), The Homecoming (1964), No Man’s Land (1974), Moonlight (1993), and Celebration (2000), are noted for their equivocal and halting dialogue: Nobel prize for literature 2005
noun 1. 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