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How to use kipper in a sentence
This can easily be mistaken for a kipper, the smoked herring that is on the breakfast menus of many British hotels.
I'd been there about a fortnight, and was feeling pretty sick of it, when in walked young "Kipper."
"Kipper" never touched a penny of her money, but if he had been her agent at twenty-five per cent.
Then he had a kipper—not out of a tin, either—and bacon and eggs and toast and marmalade.Air Men o' War|Boyd Cable
Be that as it may, Kipper was no favourite in the country of his exile.
Only the other day I called her 'a saucy little kipper,' and the way she went on, anybody would have thought I'd insulted her.Ship's Company, The Entire Collection|W.W. Jacobs