Definition of Sippled

1. Verb. (past of sipple) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sippled

1. sipple [v] - See also: sipple

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sippled

siphuncled
siphuncles
siphuncular
siphunculated
sipid
siping
siplizumab
sippable
sipped
sipper
sippers
sippet
sippets
sipping
sipple
sippled (current term)
sipples
sippling
sippy
sippy cup
sippy cups
sippy diet
sips
sipt
sipuleucel
sipunculacea
sipunculan
sipunculans
sipunculid
sipunculoid

Literary usage of Sippled

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1. The Works of Robert Burns by Robert Burns (1841)
"The cock might craw, the day might daw, They sippled aye the barley bree. The moon that from her silver horn Pour'd radiance over tower and tree, ..."

2. History of Twelve Caesars by Suetonius, Charles Whibley (1899)
"... made promise in the Greeke tongue, that if he had sippled a little and wet his whistle, he would ring out some note more fully and with a stronger brest ..."

3. The Harp of Caledonia by Joan Struteers (1821)
"... They sippled ay the barley bree. The moon, that from her silver horn Pour'd radiance over tower and tree, Before the fast approaching morn, Sank, far, ..."

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