: a gyp joint/ gyp terms
To cheat; swindle; con: We got gypped out of it all in two days
Sometimes the dog, jip, would come down to the gate to meet me.
Did you ever see a dog more devoted to any one than jip is to Rob?
jip announced his arrival at the front door with a series of sharp barks and an unmistakable scratch.
When the work was done, the fox clapped the horse on the shoulder, and said, 'jip!
This time she went straight home, and gave jip to her daughter, with strict orders that she should cut off his noddle and boil it.
"I cannot go without my jip," she said to her mother the day before leaving.
Through the winding tunnel of foliage "jip" was keenly alert.
Then Dora laughed, and held them a little closer to jip, to make him.
The only member of our small society, who positively refused to adapt himself to circumstances, was jip.
jip caught him by the hind leg and tossed him into a pile of underbrush.