lip

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lip is part of the Basic English 850.

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Singular
lip

Plural
lips

A pair of lips wearing lipstick

Also (uncountable)

  1. The edge of an opening, especially, the human mouth (often plural).
    She climbed over the lip of the hole.
    John licked his lips.
    The window had a wide lip below it that collected dust.
  2. A disrespectful response.
    Don't give me any lip.

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Parts of the head (edit)

hair - scalp - forehead - ears - eyes - eyebrows - eyelashes - eyelids - nose - cheek - mouth - lips - teeth - gums - roof (palate) - tongue - jaw - chin