verb (used with object)
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Origin of kipper1
Words nearby kipper
Definition for kipper (2 of 2)
noun Australian Informal.
Origin of kipper2
Example sentences from the Web for kipper
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