How to use Lippe in a sentence
He told Lippe that she had probably been exposed to the coronavirus.
Horrified by the thought that she might have unknowingly infected her family and friends, Lippe said she took it upon herself to inform them, even though health officials said they would do that.
Strangers on social media were nonetheless vicious, blaming Lippe and others who had brought home infections from trips for ushering death and disease into the region.
After her diagnosis, Lippe no longer left her home, especially during the day.
Two days later, two state health department supervisors called Lippe with the result.
Ferdinand took up a position between the Lippe and the Ahse at Vellinghausen.The Political History of England - Vol. X. | William Hunt
By consulting our map, we found it was the River Lippe, and we scouted along its banks in search of something to take us across.Into the Jaws of Death | Jack O'Brien
At 10 P.M. we started on the march again, and after about two hours' walking we came to the River Lippe.Into the Jaws of Death | Jack O'Brien
The Prince of Lippe-Schaumburg treated him as a bosom friend.History of the Jews, Vol. V (of 6) | Heinrich Graetz
A most brilliant charge it was, but nothing more was seen of Von Lippe and his companions.
British Dictionary definitions for Lippe
a former state of NW Germany, now part of the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia
a river in NW Germany, flowing west to the Rhine. Length: about 240 km (150 miles)
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