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clothes peg

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(North American also clothespin)

Definition of clothes peg in English:

noun

British
A wooden or plastic clip for securing clothes to a clothes line.
Example sentences
  • I went round to my local pound shop and bought a pack of 100 wooden clothes pegs.
  • These are made of blue or white plastic clothes pegs, cable ties, nails and wire.
  • A couple of clothes pegs are ideal to fasten your wet items to somewhere suitable.

Words that rhyme with clothes peg

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