Pushpin meaning

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A tacklike pin with a large head that is easily inserted into a wall or board.
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A game played by children with pins.
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A tacklike pin with a large head, used as to affix a notice to a bulletin board.
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(archaic) An old children's game where pins are placed on a table and each player tries to push his pin so as to cross the other's.
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