Definition of Lappie

1. a rag [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lappie

lappaceous
lappas
lapped
lappel
lappels
lapper
lappered
lappering
lappers
lappet
lappet caterpillar
lappet moth
lappet moths
lappeted
lappets
lappie (current term)
lappies
lapping
lappings
lapps
lappy
laps
lapsable
lapsang
lapsangs
lapsarian
lapsarians
lapse
lapse rate
lapsed

Literary usage of Lappie

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1. The Boy who Knew what the Birds Said by Padraic Colum (1918)
"... and lappie. "O sing that song again," said Bloom-of - Youth, "Sing that song again." Her husband sang it again, and Bloom-of- Youth went to bed, ..."

2. Restituta: Or, Titles, Extracts, and Characters of Old Books in English by Sir Egerton Brydges (1814)
"... the world flieth the haunt of the un- lappie. Christ commandeth mortification, the world to cherish he bodie. O Metrodorus! I hate not my bodie, ..."

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