lippen, the soldier who had fought so valiantly in the chteau, suddenly sprang to his feet.
"They'll come down because they won't be able to help it," said lippen grimly.
Ye may lippen tae 't, a' wesna five and thirty year wi' Maister MacWheep for naethin'.
Ay, I think I may lippen her to you, since ye have carried her before.
"Your life is charmed, Armande," exclaimed lippen in admiration.
I maun just lippen to yoursel; but ye maunna be very sair on me.
But I can lippen weel to my bonny doo; an' for the rest, she maun tak' her chance like the lave o's.
Corby an' me's twa auld friends, an' we hae a great deal to lippen to ane another.
Ye can lippen (trust) that to him, for it's his ain business.
Sae ye can think aboot whether there's onything ye wad like to lippen till me.'