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hip1 British & World English

A projection of the pelvis and upper thigh bone on each side of the body in human beings and quadrupeds

hip2 British & World English

The fruit of a rose, especially a wild kind

hip3 British & World English

Very fashionable

hip4 British & World English

Introducing a communal cheer

HIP British & World English

(Formerly in the UK) a set of information about a house or flat that a seller must provide to a potential buyer

hip English Thesaurus

it's becoming hip to be environmentally conscious

hip hop British & World English

A style of popular music of US black and Hispanic origin, featuring rap with an electronic backing

hip bath British & World English

A portable bath large enough to sit rather than lie down in

hip bone British & World English

A large bone forming the main part of the pelvis on each side of the body and consisting of the fused ilium, ischium, and pubis

hip boot British & World English

A waterproof boot that reaches the hip

hip flask British & World English

A small flask for spirits, of a kind intended to be carried in a hip pocket

hip joint British & World English

The ball-and-socket joint connecting a leg to the trunk of the body, in which the head of the thigh bone fits into the socket of the hip bone

hip-length British & World English

(Of a garment) reaching down to the hips

hip pocket British & World English

A pocket in the back of a pair of trousers

hip pointer British & World English

A sports injury in which the point of the hip is deeply bruised and painful

on the hip British & World English

At a disadvantage

shoot from the hip British & World English

React without careful consideration of one’s words or actions

be joined at the hip British & World English

(Of two people) be inseparable

in someone's hip pocket British & World English

Completely under someone’s control

hip British & World English

The fruit of a rose, especially a wild kind

rose hip in hip2 British & World English

The fruit of a rose, especially a wild kind

hipped roof British & World English

A roof with a sharp edge or edges from the ridge to the eaves where the two sides meet

hip roof in hipped roof British & World English

A roof with a sharp edge or edges from the ridge to the eaves where the two sides meet

hipshot British & World English

Having a dislocated hip

be joined at the hip in hip1 British & World English

(Of two people) be inseparable

in someone's hip pocket in hip pocket British & World English

Completely under someone’s control

shoot from the hip in shoot British & World English

React without careful consideration of one’s words or actions