verb (used with object), sipped, sip·ping.
verb (used without object), sipped, sip·ping.
- sioux city,
- sioux falls,
- sioux state,
- sioux war,
- siphon bottle,
Origin of sip
Examples from the Web for sipping
He speaks while sipping a soda in the restaurant of the Residence Victoria in downtown Kisangani.
But while McCartney was sipping a brandy, Lennon snuck up behind the future Sir Paul and clocked him on the back of the head.
Sarah Palin, sipping from one at her 2013 CPAC speech, and sugar became something that real conservatives embraced.
I remember how out of place I felt, sipping my drink alone on the couch while the getting-ready activities swirled around me.The Cost: What Stop and Frisk Does to a Young Man’s Soul|Rilla Askew|May 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The cafés were still full of people sitting on green Astroturf lawns, sipping tea that steamed at their lips.
These two gentlemen were sipping at their ease the cognaced tea which I had prepared for myself.Tales From Jkai|Mr Jkai
It was while sipping the hot beverage that another thought came to him.Tom Fairfield in Camp|Allen Chapman
He was sitting in the butlers pantry, sipping his one glass of port, when Sophronia entered and delivered her dictum.Short Sixes|H. C. Bunner
As my glass was large I put it down after sipping a few drops, but the old fellow objected.Overland through Asia; Pictures of Siberian, Chinese, and Tartar Life|Thomas Wallace Knox
"Her letters are as good as a comic paper," said Marise, sipping her wine.Rough-Hewn|Dorothy Canfield