Definition of Lippened
1. lippen [v] - See also: lippen
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Literary usage of Lippened
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. by John Gibson Lockhart (1837)
"I would have drawn by the half-dozen, but country dentists are not to be lippened * to. To-day all is quietness, but a little stiffness and swelling in the ..."
2. Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott by John Gibson Lockhart (1901)
"The plantations are getting all into green leaf, especially the larches, if theirs may be called leaves, which are only a sort of hair. As I 1 lippened ..."
3. The Complete Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott by Walter Scott (1900)
"... in time of peace: when nane of that country lippened [expected] such a thing.' rock, which was always dropping wet, and was her place of retirement, ..."
4. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1894)
"Speak to her. Send her away." " She's deceivin' ye, miss," Marg'et said, stolidly. She's not to be lippened to." Jean felt the wild sobs in her arms. ..."