a kind of crowbar or lever with a projection that serves as a fulcrum.
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- pincer movement,
- pincer nail,
- pincers movement,
- pinch effect,
- pinch graft,
- pinch hit,
- pinch hitter,
- pinch pennies
Origin of pinch bar
First recorded in 1830–40
Also called ripping bar, wrecking bar.
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Examples from the Web for pinch bar
a crowbar with a lug formed on it to provide a fulcrum
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