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pinhead

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Daily life
pinheadpin‧head /ˈpɪnhed/ noun [countable]  Dthe small round part at one end of a pin
Examples from the Corpus
pinheadUse morning and/or night and dot a pinhead amount underneath and around the outside edge.Grains the size of a pinhead are ideal.The computer will ultimately collapse to a pinhead that can respond tO the human vOice.It triggered an image of a diver shooting to the surface with a pinhead of breath, his arm like Excalibur.Only that pinhead J. D. Hayworth has remained a loyal lackey.I have to deal with pinheads like him all day at work.
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