[klohz-pin, klohth z-, klohs-]
- a device, such as a forked piece of wood or plastic, for fastening articles to a clothesline.
Origin of clothespin
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Examples from the Web for clothespin
And, besides, Clothespin Jimmy and I was raised side by side.
But Clothespin Jimmy learned of the matter, which Jim did not know.
"As mute as a mouse, my clothespin," was the obedient reply.Robert Tournay
A rope to your foot, cockleburs in your hair, and a clothespin on your tongue.The Roycroft Dictionary
As soon as we have our breakfast we'll start off to look for your clothespin house.Uncle Wiggily's Travels
Howard R. Garis