Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Have you seen the primal dew ere the sun has lipped the pearl?

Miss Kennedy lipped her cup again, raised, drank a sip and gigglegiggled.

He lipped the words, but his dry throat would not voice them.

It was full of turbid water which lipped to the very brim, and the clay which dammed up the broken wall was sodden and dripping.

Yet a fourth time it clambered up again, and this time it lipped the brink and poured over the intrenchment at the top.

It is lipped by the Babel of the living world; he is ever on the stage, and the spectators are ever ready to applaud.

Then they dragged him away; but not before he had seen King at the window, and had lipped a silent threat.

For wrought iron the cutter should be lipped, and oil or soapy water should be supplied to it during the operation.

A lipped cylinder that holds a little over a gill is the best size.

A large tube is sealed at the bottom and the top is lipped, as in making a test-tube.