verb (used with object), chapped, chap·ping.
verb (used without object), chapped, chap·ping.
Origin of chap1
Related formsun·chapped, adjective
Examples from the Web for chapped
All servants love to get swollen knees, and chilblains and chapped hands.If Winter Don't|Barry Pain
Fatigue and pain had drawn her face, her skin glistening with burn ointment, was chapped and peeling.Sense of Obligation|Henry Maxwell Dempsey (AKA Harry Harrison)
Her hands were bare, and Bronson saw that they were chapped and rough.Van Bibber and Others|Richard Harding Davis
"Yes, my little man," Slightly anxiously replied, who had chapped knuckles.Peter Pan|James M. Barrie
I'm going to buy him a pair of wristlets, his wrists are so chapped.The Corner House Girls at School|Grace Brooks Hill