- a decorative straight pin with a jeweled or ornamented head and a long shaft with a sheath for encasing the point, used for holding an ascot or necktie in place.
Origin of stickpin
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Examples from the Web for stickpin
“My stickpin is gone and also one of my rings,” groaned Randy.
My watch and chain and stickpin are gone, and likewise all my badges!
He had announced the loss of a stickpin and six dollars and a quarter in cash.
He gazed wistfully at Dave's watchchain and at the stickpin.Dave Porter at Star Ranch
He gazed thoughtfully at Injun, who, out in the sunlight, was still admiring his stickpin.Injun and Whitey to the Rescue</p>
William S. Hart