adjective, lip·pi·er, lip·pi·est.
Related formslip·pi·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for lippy
The savage warriors pursued, and several were taken, among them Lippy and her mother, who were promptly despatched to the rear.
They fled as one man at the first sight of the maniac and Lippy was recovered!
He then held the glass to the mistress, and she made it a lippy.Ringan Gilhaize|John Galt
“Yes, it will be pleasant to have Lippy running out and in again,” said Zeppa.
On reaching the village, Zeppa went straight to his hut with Lippy on his shoulder.