pin the tail on the donkey
a children's party game in which a blindfolded player, holding a paper tail, is turned around several times before a large picture of a tailless donkey that the player then attempts to locate in order to pin the tail in place.
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- pin plate,
- pin rail,
- pin seal,
- pin someone's ears back,
- pin spot,
- pin tuck,
- pin wrench,
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