Origin of pap1
OTHER WORDS FROM pappaplike, adjective
Other definitions for pap (2 of 2)
How to use pap in a sentence
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They may be called the "stalkerazzi," but the reality is that the paps rarely have to play sniper anymore.
Stars' openness also means they're less likely to be assaulted by the paps.
The culture of tabs and paps was as nothing compared to the engulfing negative zone it has become.
And thou hast renewed the wickedness of thy youth, when thy breasts were pressed in Egypt, and the paps of thy virginity broken.The Bible, Douay-Rheims Version|Various
Submammary, sub-mam′a-ri, adj. situated under the mamm or paps.
After a time it was found that one of the paps had a black crust upon it, which might have covered originally a chap of the skin.
Someone threw out the suggestion that the cow suffered from scarlet fever, the sign of it being soreness of the paps.
We have examined the chart, and find these hills to be the "Paps of Bio-bio," and Talcahuana lies several miles beyond them.Round Cape Horn|Joseph Lamson
British Dictionary definitions for pap (1 of 3)
Word Origin for pap
British Dictionary definitions for pap (2 of 3)
- something resembling a breast or nipple, such as (formerly) one of a pair of rounded hilltops
- (capital as part of a name)the Pap of Glencoe