verb (used with object), sipped, sip·ping.
verb (used without object), sipped, sip·ping.
Origin of sip
Related formssip·ping·ly, adverbun·sipped, adjective
Definition for sip (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for sip
Inside, patrons can sip on bespoke whisky and coffee while getting that buffed and polished look.The Most Exciting New Hotels, Restaurants, and Submarines of 2014|Charlie Gilbert|December 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Venetians sip their coffee in quiet squares and walk their dogs along the waterfront with nary a tourist in sight.After the Wedding: George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin in Venice|Barbie Latza Nadeau|September 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Now, there are several high quality, handcrafted tequilas out there you can sip and enjoy just as much as a fine whiskey.
Sip on This You may have heard that alcohol is packed with empty calories, which is true.
Before he could sip, his name was announced and he had to run onto the stage to receive a standing ovation.
They did, however, sip a small amount of the precious fluid.Captured by the Arabs|James H. Foster
Take a sip of water, Mike, like a reg'lar one, and cut loose.The Cruise of the Dry Dock|T. S. Stribling
Marya Dmitrievna sniffed her eau de cologne again, and took a sip of water.A House of Gentlefolk|Ivan Turgenev
We seat ourselves, as before, under a gauze tent and sip odd little drinks tasting of flowers.Madame Chrysantheme Complete|Pierre Loti
Ruth bemoaned again her awkwardness in breaking the tea-cups; for now they had to sip the infusion of leaves from cockle-shells.The Kangaroo Hunters|Anne Bowman