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picket a pointed post fixed into the ground, used to make a fence or hold something in place. [3 definitions]
pickle a cucumber or another vegetable or fruit that has been preserved in salt water, vinegar, and seasonings. [2 definitions]
pick on (informal) to treat someone in a mean way, either with words or in a physical way.
pick out to choose.
pickpocket a person who steals from pockets or purses in crowded or public places.
pickup the act of taking something onto or into a vehicle. [2 definitions]
pick up to lift up by hand. [5 definitions]
pick up the tab to pay the bill at a bar or restaurant.
picnic a social gathering at which food is eaten outdoors. [3 definitions]
picnic table a rectangular table designed for outdoor eating, typically made of wood and having benches attached.
picture a painting, drawing, or photograph. [7 definitions]
picturesque as pleasing or interesting to look at as a picture or painting.
pie1 a pastry shell filled with fruit, meat, or other filling, and baked.
piece a section or part separated from the whole. [5 definitions]
piece together to assemble in order to fix or in order to create one whole thing that makes sense together.
pier a long, flat structure built out from land over water that is used for landing boats; dock. [2 definitions]
pierce to pass or go through with or as if with something sharp; penetrate. [2 definitions]
pig an animal with a wide, flat nose, four short legs, a thick body, and a short, curly tail. Pigs are mammals with hooves. Wild pigs often have tusks. Domestic pigs are raised for their meat, which is called pork. Adult pigs are also called hogs. [2 definitions]
pigeon a bird with a plump body, small head, and short legs. Some kinds of pigeons are also called rock doves.
piggyback upon the shoulders or back.
piggy bank a small bank in which coins are put through a slot and saved. Piggy banks are in the shape of a pig.