dip[ dip ]SEE DEFINITION OF dip
Synonyms for dip
Antonyms for dip
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIP
I do but know that whether the broth be ready or no, I am about to dip this into it.
Do you see that dip in the ground there where the snow melts as fast as it drops?
Again he painted a while before he asked, "Has she had her dip?"
Dip your cutlets into the beaten egg, and then into the bread crumbs.
Dip each fish into the egg, and then strew them with bread crumbs.
Dip your pudding cloth into it, shake it out, and dredge it with flour.
Dip your pudding-cloth into boiling water, and then dredge it with flour.
As the whey rises, dip it off with a saucer or a skimming dish.
You can look into their mouths where the shopkeeper used to dip out the wine.
He sought no return fire, but lay in the dip, wary and patient.
Old English dyppan "immerse, baptize by immersion," from Proto-Germanic *duppjan (cf. Old Norse deypa "to dip," Danish døbe "to baptize," Old Frisian depa, Dutch dopen, German taufen, Gothic daupjan "to baptize"), related to Old English diepan "immerse, dip," and perhaps ultimately to deep. As a noun, from 1590s. Sense of "downward slope" is 1708. Meaning "sweet sauce for pudding, etc." first recorded 1825.