verb (used with object), lip·read [lip-red] /ˈlɪpˌrɛd/, lip·read·ing [lip-ree-ding] /ˈlɪpˌri dɪŋ/.
verb (used without object), lip·read [lip-red] /ˈlɪpˌrɛd/, lip·read·ing [lip-ree-ding] /ˈlɪpˌri dɪŋ/.
Related formslip·read·er, noun
Examples from the Web for lip-read
This lip-read video clarifies what NFL football players, coaches and referees are actually talking about on the field.Puppies, the Fresh Prince, the NRA and More Viral Videos|The Daily Beast|January 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
She camouflaged her disability by learning to lip-read in multiple languages.
After a moment, the psychologist turned his head to the doctor and Bennington lip-read the word, "hypno."Take the Reason Prisoner|John Joseph McGuire
They can gain knowledge by sight, he maintained; can write, converse by signs, speak and lip-read.
Mrs. Ambrose thought he was talking about domestic servants, because she had lip-read the word "cook."The House by the River|A. P. Herbert