dip

Part of speech: verb

To put into or under a fluid and withdraw again; lower and then raise, as a flag.

Part of speech: verb

To lift up and out, as liquor with a ladle.

Part of speech: verb

To plunge partly or momentarily; engage slightly; with in or into.

Part of speech: verb

To incline downward, as a compass needle; lie at an angle with the horizon, as strata.

Part of speech: noun

The act of dipping; a plunge; bath; dipping up; depression.

Part of speech: noun

Inclination, as of strata, etc.

Part of speech: noun

A candle made by dipping.

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Usage examples "dip":

  1. Yeh dip into everythin'. - "Garrison's Finish A Romance of the Race-Course", W. B. M. Ferguson.
  2. Carley, are you game to see the dip? - "The Call of the Canyon", Zane Grey.
  3. " We saw all the quiet animals and Dip and the pretend Indians," Andy informed his mother. - "Jerry's Charge Account", Hazel Hutchins Wilson.