How to use lipped in a sentence
Major League Baseball, though, is still being tight-lipped about what the end of the embargo might mean for the sport.Is Major League Baseball Ready For Cuba’s Players? | Ben Jacobs | December 19, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Missy also gets a bit tight-lipped when it comes to her personal life.Masters of Alt Sex: SuicideGirls Hits Puberty and Wants to Invade Your TV Set | Marlow Stern | December 9, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Get past the fauxhawk, and you find soulful eyes and a bright thin-lipped smile that say, “You can trust me.”The Bachelor Farmville: No One Wants to Watch Chris Soules Plant His Seed | Brandy Zadrozny | August 27, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The actress is tight-lipped about the final season of ‘Mad Men.’Is Elisabeth Moss the One 'True Detective' Loves? She Doesn't Deny It. | Melissa Leon | August 12, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Everybody involved in assisting the Malaysians has been very tight-lipped about what is going on.
She carried a broken-lipped jug, and was on her way to the shop which was at least the second cause of all her woes.The Garret and the Garden | R.M. Ballantyne
He had a roundish face, a little fleshy under the chin, a soft-lipped mouth that from habit he held slightly pursed, muddy eyes.
For Laura still sat at her writing-table, labouring over a paragraph, white lipped and heavy eyed.The Creators | May Sinclair
"I guess I'm not a very—good business manager," faltered the red-lipped voice with incongruous pathos.Molly Make-Believe | Eleanor Hallowell Abbott
Most of these were workmen of some kind or other, called in to help the lab crew as needed, but all of them were tight-lipped.Security | Poul William Anderson
British Dictionary definitions for -lipped
having a lip or lips as specified: tight-lipped
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