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1. From the early 1920s onward, to become engaged to a girl by pinning your fraternity pin to her sweater or blouse.

2. A pin / to pin , in prostitution , a gesture, winking, rolling the eyes , or rotating the hips, meant to attract the attention of possible customers. The prostitutes in The Book of Ezekiel are said to be ' in wait at every corner ' soliciting a man by ' capturing him with the eyelids .'

3. The penis . Usage dates back to the 17 th century. See penis for synonyms.

4. Of a male, to engage in copulation with a female. See copulation for synonyms.

QUOTE: Ronald Kornblow (Groucho Marx) in A Night in Casablanca (1946): ' I've met a lot of pin-up girls but I've never been able to pin one down .'

See Also: being pinned, belonephilia, belonephobia, big hair, butterfly board, capricious, clothespin, clothespin torture, cock and ball torture, double adapter, lavender, pin, pin-up, pintle, pinup, pinup boy, pinup girl, pushpin, tenpin

Quotes Containing pin:
William Shakespeare. All's Well That Ends Well (1604): 'It is like a barber's-chair , that fits all buttocks-the pin-buttock, the quatch-buttock, the brawn-buttock, or any buttock .'

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