lipnoun

  • ja
  • eneither of the two fleshy parts or folds forming the margins of the mouth and functioning in speech

Examples

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I have not stopped thinking about you since the party.
2.
Look, I may have jumped the gun here.
3.
No!
4.
I just got out of a relationship.
5.
And I'm not really in a commitment kind of place.
6.
So? Me neither.
7.
God, Mary Angela was right.
8.
You do have the softest lips.
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1.
I've just received the email about whether I've gotten the job as a commissioner.
2.
Well, from the look on my face, I'm sure you can guess what it says.
3.
No. We have no idea at all.
4.
Just tell us, you monster!
5.
Really? No one noticed the slight tension in my labial commissure?
6.
- My lips. I'm smiling. - Wait, you're smiling?
7.
Wait, we're allowed to say "labia" again?
8.
- Wait, you got it? - I got it.
9.
Oh!
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1.
So because she pursed her lips, he's gonna change his entire collection?
2.
You still don't get it, do you?
3.
Her opinion is the only one that matters.
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1.
Let's see if your lips taste like cinnamon sticks.
2.
What's wrong?
3.
I don't wanna kiss you.
4.
Why wouldn't you wanna kiss me?
5.
My lips are moist.
6.
Because I love Quinn!
7.
What?
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1.
You seem to me like you have a beautiful woman in your life, one with gorgeous lips.
2.
Dolores does have a sensational smoocher.
3.
Wouldn't this piece be a testament to your beautiful Dolores and her magnificent lips?
4.
Man, I just came in here looking for a place to park in front of the tube,
5.
but you've made this red lip couch come to life with meaning.

Other meanings for lip...

lipnoun

  • ja生意気な口
  • entalking back
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1.
Dude, we found your phone!
2.
I think this is a first. Who loses their phone in the grocery store?
3.
Ugh.
4.
It's okay. Hey, at least we found it, you know?
5.
- Dude, and then the lady's giving me lip, saying that I can't take my phone unless I call it. - Really, why? Really?
6.
I call it all day, every day.
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Mute
1.
That's exactly the kind of irony Austen be slinging all up in this bitch.
2.
For example, on one hand, Liz shacking up with that rich playboy Darcy
3.
supports all them hierarchical anti-feminist traditions.
4.
But on the other hand, my girl Liz ain’t acting like society’s bitch.
5.
No, no.
6.
She says *bleep* the establishment and be acting strong-willed, independent,
7.
and don’t take no lip from that boy Darcy.
8.
Now that’s some kind of woman.
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Couple years later, all Mister’s kids peace outta the crib,
2.
except his son Harpo, who marry some hardcore dame named Sofia.
3.
Girl don’t take no lip from Harpo,
4.
so Celie tell Harpo the only way to keep his dip in check
5.
is to do what men been doing to her all her life: five across the face.
6.
But whenever Harpo try to keep her down, Sofia ready to bang out like a real bad bitch.
7.
She put Harpo in his place.