- n. Plural form of pinny.
“She mended torn "pinnies" so that even vigilant mothers never knew that their little girls had jumped the fence at all.”
“On both sides of the action, young Puritans in white caps and pinnies stand and kneel on the grass.”
“Landry - teaming with the Sasha Bruce Youthwork organization, which works with D.C. teenagers - also recently bought 70 jerseys for youth basketball teams that play at that rec center; the teams had been using hand-me-down pinnies from a midnight basketball league.”
“She organized a neighborhood association and held meetings in the local church and at night she and Auntie Henrietta fastened on orange pinnies, took to the streets with bullhorns and flashlights.”
“Belated Lohri wishes to you...the pinnies look pretty yum and tempting :”
“And do make these awesome pinnies - they make a great winter snack!”
“At that time, in the 60s, Sainsbury had small SHOPS with just two counters where you were served by staff wearing big pinnies.”
“Today I am gathering up the pinnies and the orange field cones for my annual Touch Football Game at Women's Week.”
“After the typical winter delicacies like carrot halva and pinnies, the rains called for piping hot, spicy pakodas, vada-pavs and ginger tea or simple, comfort foods with a spicy chutney or dip on the side.”
“Break up your squad into two teams—one with pinnies and one without.”
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