[pin-baw-ler] /ˈpɪnˌbɔ lər/
a person who plays machines, especially regularly or habitually.
noun 1. the tablelike, usually coin-operated machine on which pinball is played.
language, games A decision table language for controlling pinball machines used at Atari. PINBOL included a multitasking executive and an interpreter that worked on data structures compiled from condition:action lists. (1996-11-03)
[pin-bohn] /ˈpɪnˌboʊn/ noun 1. the hipbone, especially in a four-footed animal.
noun 1. (formerly) a person stationed in the sunken area of a bowling alley behind the pins who places the pins in the proper positions, removes pins that have been knocked down, and returns balls to the bowlers.
pincement pince·ment (pāns-mäɴ’, pāɴs-) n. A pinching manipulation in massage.