Definition of Peg:

  1. A strong throw, especially in baseball.

  2. Hold or fix at a predetermined level or rate, as if by a peg.

  3. Throw (a ball) hard and low, especially in baseball.

  4. A measure of liquor.

  5. A point or limit on a scale, especially of exchange rates.

  6. A short cylindrical piece of wood, metal, or plastic, typically tapered at one end, that is used for holding things together, hanging things on, or marking a position.

  7. Fix (a price, rate, or amount) at a particular level.

  8. Fix or make fast with a peg or pegs.

  9. A persons leg.

Synonyms of Peg

Fix, Pin, Attach, Fasten, Secure, Make fast, Amble, Amount, Anchor, Articulate, Baby tooth, Barge, Batten, Batten down, Beverage, Bicuspid, Bilge, Bind, Blain, Bleb, Blister, Blob, Bolt, Boss, Bow, Bowl, Bowl along, Bridle, Bubble, Buckle, Bucktooth, Bulb, Bulge, Bulla, Bump, Bumper, Bunch, Bundle, Bung, Burl, Butt, Button, Cahot, Caliber, Canine, Carry on, Cast, Catapult, Chain, Change of pace, Change-up, Check valve, Chine, Chuck, Chug on, Chunk, Clasp, Cleat, Clip, Clump, Cock, Compass, Condyle, Convex, Cork, Crown, Curve, Cuspid, Cut, Cutter, Dart, Dash, Deciduous tooth, Degree, Dent, Denticle, Denticulation, Dentil, Dentition, Dig, Distinguish, Dogtooth, Dovetail, Dowel, Downcurve, Draft, Drag, Drain, Dram, Drench, Drink, Drop, Drudge, Ear, Enchain, Entrammel, Extent, Eyetooth, Fag, Fang, Fastball, Fasten, Faucet, Fetter, Fire, Flange, Flap, Fling, Flip, Flounce, Foot, Footslog, Fore tooth, Fork, Forward pass, Gagtooth, Gall, Gang tooth, Gargle, Gnarl, Gold tooth, Grade, Grind, Grinder, Grub, Gulp, Guzzle, Gyve, Halt, Hammer, Hammer away, Hamper, Handcuff, Handle, Hasp, Have, Heave, Height, Hill, Hinge, Hippety-hop, Hitch, Hobble, Hog-tie, Hook, Hop, Hopple, Hump, Hunch, Hurl, Hurtle, Identify, Incisor, Incurve, Interval, Jam, Jerk, Jigger, Jog, Jog on, Joggle, Joint, Jolt, Jump, Keep at it, Keep busy, Keep doggedly at, Keep driving, Keep going, Keep moving, Keep on, Knob, Knot, Know, Know again, Knuckleball, Knur, Knurl, Lance, Lap, Lash, Latch, Lateral, Lateral pass, Launch, Leap, Leash, Leg, Let fly, Level, Libation, Lid, Limp, Lip, Lob, Lock, Loop, Lumber, Lump, Lunge, Lurch, Make fast, Make out, Manacle, Mark, Measure, Milk tooth, Mince, Miter, Moil, Molar, Mole, Moor, Mortise, Mountain, Nail, Nevus, Nip, Notch, Nuance, Nub, Nubbin, Nubble, Outcurve, Pace, Paddle, Pale, Palisade, Papilloma, Pas, Pass, Peg away, Peg down, Pelt, Period, Permanent tooth, Piaffe, Piaffer, Picket, Pile, Pin, Pin down, Pinion, Pitch, Pitchfork, Pivot tooth, Place, Plane, Plateau, Plod, Plod along, Plug, Plug along, Plug at, Plug away, Point, Portion, Potation, Potion, Pound away, Prance, Premolar, Proportion, Pull, Put, Put in irons, Put the shot, Quaff, Rabbet, Rack, Range, Ratio, Reach, Realize, Recall knowledge of, Recognize, Reidentify, Remove, Restrain, Rib, Ridge, Ring, Rivet, Roll, Rope, Round, Round of drinks, Rub on, Rung, Sashay, Saunter, Scale, Scarf, Schlep, Scope, Screw, Screwball, Scrivello, Scuff, Scuffle, Scuttle, Sea cock, Secure, Serve, Service, Sew, Shackle, Shade, Shadow, Shamble, Shank, Shot, Shot-put, Shoulder, Shuffle, Shy, Sidle, Single-foot, Sinker, Sip, Skewer, Skip, Slider, Sling, Slink, Slither, Slog, Slog away, Slouch, Slurp, Snag, Snaggletooth, Snap, Snifter, Snort, Space, Spigot, Spike, Spile, Spill, Spine, Spitball, Spitter, Spot, Stagger, Stair, Stake, Stalk, Stamp, Standard, Staple, Step, Stick, Stint, Stitch, Stomp, Stop, Stopgap, Stopper, Stopple, Straddle, Straggle, Straitjacket, Strap, Stride, Stroll, Strut, Stud, Stump, Style, Suck, Sup, Swagger, Swig, Swill, Swing, Tab, Tack, Tap, Tell, Tether, Throw, Tie, Tie down, Tie up, Tilt, Tittup, Toddle, Toggle, Toil, Tooth, Toss, Tot, Totter, Traipse, Trammel, Tramp, Travail, Tread, Trip, Trudge, Tubercle, Tubercule, Tush, Tusk, Upcurve, Valve, Verruca, Vesicle, Waddle, Wade through, Wale, Wamble, Wart, Wedge, Welt, Wet, Wiggle, Wisdom tooth, Wobble, Work away, Zipper, Lower limb, Shank, Hold down, Keep down, Fix, Set, Hold, Control, Freeze, Limit, Spike, Pin, Nail, Dowel, Skewer, Rivet, Brad, Screw, Bolt, Hook, Stick, Nog, Spigot, Throw, Toss, Fling, Pitch, Cast, Lob, Launch, Flip, Catapult, Shy, Dash, Send, Bowl, Aim, Direct, Project, Propel, Fire, Let fly

How to use Peg in a sentence?

  1. Have a peg of whiskey.
  2. A student loan starts accruing interest from the moment it is borrowed, but the interest rate is pegged to the retail price index.
  3. The catcher pegs the ball to the first baseman.
  4. Meanwhile, Santa rounded third and headed for home, as the shortstop finally came to his senses and threw a perfect peg to catcher Yunir Garcia, who held the ball in a collision at the plate.
  5. Drape individual plants with nets, pegging down the edges.
  6. We rode to the lake where I saw 3 more horses tied to a peg stuck in the ground.

Meaning of Peg & Peg Definition