From large companies, especially in uncertainty, one may hear a chorus of kips.
We kips on till us stops, same as the rest on em, an has a sleep in between.
I visited three kips there, saw eighty-four new faces, and learned something about the wages of beggars in England.
They are then packed in "kips" of thirty apiece, and put on the market.
East Indian hides are known as kips, and are supposed to be, and should be, the hides of yearling cattle.
The crime of the inhabitants of these impure "kips," was having spoken ill of Milady, their rival.
After tanning, the kips are rounded usually into butts, shoulders and bellies, to which different finishes are given.
The heavier hides and kips are split as described under dressing leather, and then tanned right out.
: find a place to ''kip''
[1859+; origin uncertain; perhaps fr Danish kippe, ''hut, mean alehouse,'' whence the early 1800s sense ''brothel'']