Her driver went astraddle of it and stuck there like a clothes-pin on a line.
Her head is set on her neck like a clothes-pin, only she is squattier than a clothes-pin.
Awkwardly, Lynn gilded the clothes-pin and suspended it from the back of a chair to dry.
You could have knocked me down with a clothes-pin aimed by a infant.
As I passed this party, I saw behind the lady's chair a maid, with a clothes-pin in her hand, and no nose.
Look here, what YOU want ain't a pen, but a clothes-pin and a split nail!
Not that I am the author of the clothes-wringing machine, or of the spring clothes-pin,—my influence has been more subtile.
Our English friend rode cockney fashion; that is, not much unlike a clothes-pin, or a pair of compasses, astride a line.
Push that very hard with a clothes-pin and there'll be a hole through the shingle;—that's right!
To avoid giving out fresh napkins at every meal, write each name on a spring clothes-pin and pin to the napkin.