Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who pins or fastens with a pin.
- n. A pinmaker.
- n. An apron with a bib, kept in place by pinning; a pinafore.
- n. A woman's head-dress, having long flaps hanging down the sides of the cheeks, worn during the early part of the eighteenth century: generally in the plural.
- n. A pinder or pound-master.
- n. Agent noun of pin; one who pins.
- n. obsolete One who pins or impounds cattle.
- n. A headdress like a cap, with long lappets.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who, or that which, pins or fastens, as with pins.
- n. obsolete, obsolete A headdress like a cap, with long lappets.
- n. obsolete, obsolete An apron with a bib; a pinafore.
- n. obsolete A cloth band for a gown.
- n. A pin maker.
- n. obsolete One who pins or impounds cattle. See pin, v. t.
- n. a woman's cap with two long flaps pinned on
- pin + -er (Wiktionary)
“One of these was a sturdy middle-aged man -- whose long white "pinner" was somewhat finer and cleaner than the wraps of the others, and whose jacket underneath had a presentable marketing aspect -- the master-dairyman, of whom she was in quest, his double character as”
“The opponent is polarized by the pinner, the member designated to pin down the official to yes-or-no answers.”
“She had on a black velvet gown, and a white pinner and apron, and a very high bridge to her nose (which is a sure mark of high breeding), and a large pair of white spectacles on it, which made her look rather odd: but it was the ancient fashion of her house.”
“I'm a loser! it's christmas night and i just smoked a joint by myself - it was just a pinner, but still ... not cool.”
“Squire you can find Swift Nicks for him, and they'll fill your pinner with guineas.”
“We found out sweet Nance Lousely, and filled her pinner full of guineas after all, and left her tearful and happy.”
“She had on a black velvet gown, and a white pinner and apron, and a very high bridge to her nose (which is a sure mark of high breeding), and a large pair of white spectacles on it, which made her look rather odd;”
“Ah-dudda pinner!" he screams, clutching Nannie with one hand and pointing furiously with the other.”
“He wore the ordinary white pinner and leather leggings of a dairy-farmer when milking, and his boots were clogged with the mulch of the yard; but this was all his local livery.”
“Under his linen milking-pinner he wore a dark velveteen jacket, cord breeches and gaiters, and a starched white shirt.”
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