- a slightly rough or ripply surface on a body of water.
- spray from small waves.
Origin of lipper
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Examples from the Web for lipper
Lipper expects a diverse reaction, but she hopes to inspire not just women, but men as well to get onboard with gender equality.The Nigerian Women Who Fight for Democracy
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I think it's Klipper, Lipper, Wipper, or something of that sort.Life in a German Crack Regiment
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Occasionally the Lipper edges of the plates are shorted, in which case they must be treated the same way.The Automobile Storage Battery
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The trees are blown white, the grass is black with shadows, and the sea springs up like magic into a short nasty "lipper."The Romance of the Coast