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Synonyms for lip

pay lip service to something or someone


  • pretend to support
  • support insincerely
  • support hypocritically

smack or lick your lips

Synonyms for lip

to flow against or along

Synonyms for lip

either of two fleshy folds of tissue that surround the mouth and play a role in speaking

(botany) either of the two parts of a bilabiate corolla or calyx

the top edge of a vessel or other container

either the outer margin or the inner margin of the aperture of a gastropod's shell

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Meanwhile, Huw goes on looking uncomfortable in Beijing and - a lot of curled lip there - in Iraq.
People remembered the young man, who embodied youth with his high-collared denim jackets, greased hair, curled lip, liquorice stick legs and guitar.
THE sneer was startlingly authentic, the curled lip identical and even the accent was near-perfect.
Cherie Blair could scarcely conceal the curled lip when she so much as saw a journalist.
That one-piece suit, the turned-up collar, curled lip and gyrating pelvis are mimicking opportunities far too good to turn down, often blinding impersonator and audience alike to the late King's real talents.
That curled lip means he's sniffing the scent of a female.
Marty Wilde - Britain's answer to Elvis Presley, with his curled lip and sultry image - will be there with the Wilde Cats.
THE pony-tail was in place.The trademark curled lip and petulant expression were fixed.