lipped

Part of speech:

Having lips.

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Usage examples "lipped":

  1. A nice, white- skinned, red- lipped, sweet, innocent sort of a little girl, Joe- and- and that finish will keep her true to type! - "Then I'll Come Back to You", Larry Evans.
  2. Muriel offered the invitation; the visitor laughingly accepted; another bottle was ordered and, while Jim, unable to understand what was being said, leaned over the rail and looked at the dancers, his wife and the vermilion- lipped intruder engaged in an encounter of small- talk that Muriel began by enjoying as an improvement at once of her French and her knowledge of the world. - "Running Sands", Reginald Wright Kauffman.
  3. Mr. Lammle's friends, coarse and thick- lipped, with fingers so covered with rings that they could hardly hold their gold pencils- do they remind us of anybody? - "Appreciations and Criticisms of the Works of Charles Dickens", G. K. Chesterton.