There was a plaster Joan of Arc in the hall, close to the clothes-peg.
"There is a clothes-peg sticking into the back of my head," remarked Mr. Travers.
At night he tore the cord off the blind, and, seeing nothing through his tears, began to fasten it to the hook of the clothes-peg.
I went to bed that night with a clothes-peg out of the yard on it, to improve its shape.
The mere notion of the passage and the clothes-peg and the umbrella-stand annihilated him.
One little Piskey, somewhat taller than a clothes-peg, was the best dancer there, and his laugh was the merriest.