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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. [6 definitions]
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.
piglet a young pig.
pigment anything that is used to or serves to provide color. [2 definitions]
pigpen a yard or cage where pigs are kept.
pigsty an enclosed area or cage where pigs are kept; pigpen. [2 definitions]
pigtail a braid of hair that hangs from the head.
pike1 a fish that lives in fresh water and has a long, flat snout. Pike are used for food or sport.
pile1 a number of things on top of each other; heap; stack. [6 definitions]
pile2 a large post of steel, wood, or concrete that is forced or pounded into the ground to support something. Piles are used to hold up bridges, walls, buildings, and other structures.
pile3 the thick, soft fiber on the surface of a rug or a piece of cloth. Pile is made of loops of yarn or other material that are sometimes cut.