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kip

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of kip

  1. 1 a place set aside for sleeping <he was in kip when I knocked on the door> Synonyms bunk, doss [chiefly British], hay [slang], bed, lair [British dialect], pad, rack, sackRelated Words bedstead, futon, mattress, pallet; bunk bed, cot, couch, daybed, feather bed, four-poster, hammock, Murphy bed, shakedown, sleigh bed, sofa, sofa bed, studio couch, trundle bed, water bed; bassinet, carry-cot [British], cradle, crib

  2. 2 chiefly British  a short sleep <after an afternoon kip, we were ready to sample all the nightlife that London had to offer> Synonyms catnap, doze, drowse, forty winks, {h,1}nap [chiefly British], siesta, snooze, winkRelated Words repose, rest; slumber; bed




kip

verb, British

Synonyms and Antonyms of kip

  1. to sleep lightly or briefly <after a rigorous walk over the Devon moors, I needed to kip down a bit on the daybed> Synonyms catnap, doze, drowse, nap [British], slumber, snoozeRelated Words relax, repose, rest; couch, lay, lie, roost; lullNear Antonyms arise, arouse, awake, awaken, get up, rise, rouse, uprise, wake (up), waken




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