Definition of Lippiness

1. [n -ES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lippiness

lippage
lippedness
lippen
lippened
lippening
lippens
lipper
lippered
lippering
lippers
lippie
lippier
lippies
lippiest
lippiness (current term)
lippinesses
lipping
lippings
lippitude
lippitudes
lippy
lipread
lipreader
lipreaders
lipreading
lipreadings
lipreads

Literary usage of Lippiness

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1. The Journal of Heredity by American Genetic Association (1917)
"An overshot or undershot jaw is a bad fault, as is "lippiness." Neck medium and shoulders muscular but without distortion or heaviness. ..."

2. The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England Begun in the Year 1641 by Edward Hyde Clarendon (1888)
"... he had the lippiness, without their envy, and with their concurrence, to 'dive the greatest share in disposing the minds of the people, ad the King too, ..."

3. A History and Description of the Modern Dogs of Great Britain and Ireland by Rawdon Briggs Lee (1897)
"Ears.—Rather small, set on low, lying close to the head, and covered with short curls. " Jaws.—Long and strong, free from lippiness, with good sound teeth. ..."

4. The Physiology of Marriage by Honoré de Balzac (1904)
"... of lippiness and love, the only beings T.vho in any way responded to the sentiments of man. and who^e miseries could only be atoned for by idolatrous ..."

5. The Twentieth Century Dog by Herbert Compton (1904)
"Long and narrow for the length, with jaws long and strong ; free from lippiness, with good teeth ; wide open nostrils, moist and black. EYES. ..."

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