Definition for dipt (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), dipped or (Archaic) dipt; dip·ping.
verb (used without object), dipped or (Archaic) dipt; dip·ping.
Origin of dip1
Related formsdip·pa·ble, adjective, nounun·dipped, adjective
Examples from the Web for dipt
The Tench, is a great lover of large Red worms first dipt in Tar.The School of Recreation (1696 edition)|Robert Howlett
It should be dipt in boiling water, squeezed dry, and floured, when to be used.
For this reason it is proper that linen cloths, dipt in very cold water, be laid over the receiver, and frequently shifted.Elements of the Theory and Practice of Chymistry, 5th ed.|Pierre Joseph Macquer
Nay, I doubt whether he would discover any vain-glorious complacence in his colours, though "Iris" herself "dipt the woof."The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb|Charles Lamb
First one, then the other, dipt his hands into the fiercely-boiling water, lifting some up and pouring it over the wrist.Stanley in Africa|James P. Boyd
British Dictionary definitions for dipt
verb dips, dipping or dipped
- to immerse (poultry, sheep, etc) briefly in a liquid chemical to rid them of or prevent infestation by insects, etc
- to immerse (grain, vegetables, or wood) in a preservative liquid
- any liquid chemical preparation in which poultry, sheep, etc are dipped
- any liquid preservative into which objects, esp of wood, are dipped