- a clever or witty remark or comment.
- a sharp, sarcastic remark; a cutting jest.
- a quibble.
- an odd or fantastic action or thing.
- to utter quips.
Origin of quip
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Examples from the Web for quipped
In 1983, he quipped that the only way he could lose an election was if he were “caught in bed with a dead girl or a live boy.”The 2014 Election Is Yet Another Scrum in the Culture Wars
October 27, 2014
Clooney once quipped that he was “marrying up” and a quick glance at her CV proves him right.After the Wedding: George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin in Venice
Barbie Latza Nadeau
September 28, 2014
“If you do nothing beyond that, you have a university,” Schmidt quipped.Stephen Colbert Vs. ‘Schmidthead’: Google Chairman Faces Off With Comic Nemesis
September 24, 2014
The financial daily Les Echos quipped the investment banker was "buying low."This Scary-Smart New Minister of Economy Might Just Turn France Around
August 31, 2014
“This is a conspiracy to prevent me from getting my afternoon coffee,” quipped a doctor who had shown up to help.Real Life Lazarus: When Patients Rise From the Dead
August 21, 2014
Mr. Potter was in great form and quite outdid the champagne in sparkle, and we quipped and quirked till a late hour.Diplomatic Days
If anything they were more cheerful, and quipped their mud-covered comrades on their appearance.How I Filmed the War
Lieut. Geoffrey H. Malins
"Even a pigeon can admire a shapely shape," Hanlon quipped as he disconnected.Man of Many Minds
E. Everett Evans
- a sarcastic or cutting remark; gibe
- a witty or clever sayinga merry quip
- archaic another word for quibble
- (intr) to make a quip
Word Origin and History for quipped
"make a quip," 1570s, from quip (n.). Related: Quipped; quipping.