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lip US English

Either of the two fleshy parts that form the upper and lower edges of the opening of the mouth

lip US Thesaurus

the lip of the crater

cleft lip US English

A congenital split in the upper lip on one or both sides of the center, often associated with a cleft palate

lip balm US English

A preparation applied to soothe sore or cracked lips

lip brush US English

A small brush designed for applying lipstick

lip gloss US English

A cosmetic applied to the lips to provide a glossy finish, often tinted

lip-read US English

(Of a deaf person) understand speech from observing a speaker’s lip movements

lip salve US English

another term for lip balm.

lip-sync US English

(Of an actor or singer) move the lips silently in synchronization with a recorded soundtrack

seed-lip US English

A basket for holding seed, used when sowing by hand

lip microphone US English

A small microphone designed to be held or worn close to a person’s mouth

bite one's lip US English

Repress an emotion; stifle laughter or a retort

curl one's lip US English

Raise a corner of one’s upper lip to show contempt; sneer

button one's lip US English

Stop or refrain from talking

pay lip service to US English

Express approval of or support for (something) without taking any significant action

a stiff upper lip US English

A quality of uncomplaining stoicism

harelip US English

Another term for cleft lip.

there's many a slip 'twixt cup and lip US English

Many things can go wrong between the start of a project and its completion; nothing is certain until it has happened

bite one's lip in bite US English

Repress an emotion; stifle laughter or a retort

curl one's lip in lip US English

Raise a corner of one’s upper lip to show contempt; sneer

lipliner US English

A cosmetic applied to the outline of the lips, mainly to prevent the unwanted spreading of lipstick or lipgloss

button one's lip in button US English

Stop or refrain from talking

The Lip in Durocher, Leo US English

(1905–91), US baseball player and manager; full name Leo Ernest Durocher. After playing shortstop in the major leagues from 1925 to 1945, he managed the Brooklyn Dodgers 1939–46, 1948, New York Giants 1948–55, Chicago Cubs 1966–72, and Houston Astros 1972–73. His cantankerous manner earned him the nickname The Lip. Baseball Hall of Fame (1994)

a stiff upper lip in stiff US English

A quality of uncomplaining stoicism

pay lip service to in lip US English

Express approval of or support for (something) without taking any significant action

bite one's lip in lip US Thesaurus

I wanted to say something about that hideous dress, but I bit my lip

there's many a slip 'twixt cup and lip in slip1 US English

Many things can go wrong between the start of a project and its completion; nothing is certain until it has happened

keep a stiff upper lip in lip US Thesaurus

in my neighborhood, you learned early to keep a stiff upper lip when life ain't all sweetness and roses