noun, plural pike·staves [pahyk-steyvz] /ˈpaɪkˌsteɪvz/.
Origin of pikestaff
Examples from the Web for pikestaff
Historical Examples of pikestaff
The one at which the Tamburini presided was plain as a pikestaff.The Paliser case
There is only one road, and that is as clear as a pikestaff.On the Heels of De Wet
The Intelligence Officer
To Brereton the whole affair was now as plain as a pikestaff.The Borough Treasurer
Joseph Smith Fletcher
All this jumped with reason well, and was plainer than a pikestaff.
He sent him to Sheffield after you; that is plainer than a pikestaff.