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pip

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of pip

  1. a small area that is different (as in color) from the main part <a black horse with white pips> Synonyms blotch, dapple, dot, eyespot, fleck, mottle, patch, pip, point, speck, speckle, splotchRelated Words birthmark, freckle, mole; blob, blot, mark, smear, smudge, smutch, stain; spatter, splash; polka dot




pip

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of pip

  1. something very good of its kind <that new sports car is a real pip> Synonyms beaut, beauty, bee's knees, cat's meow, corker, crackerjack (also crackajack), daisy, dandy, dilly, doozy (or doozie also doozer), dream, honey, hot stuff, humdinger, hummer, knockout, lollapalooza, lulu [slang], nifty, peach, pip, pippin, ripper, ripsnorter, snorter, sockdolager (or sockdologer), standout, sweetheartRelated Words marvel, phenomenon, prodigy, sensation, wonder; catch, crown jewel, diamond, gem, imperial, jewel, pearl, plum, treasureNear Antonyms bust, disappointment, dud, failure, flop, lemon, letdown, loser, stinker, turkey




pip

noun, chiefly British

Synonyms and Antonyms of pip

  1. the feeling of impatience or anger caused by another's repeated disagreeable acts <listening to all that chat show blather gives me the pip> Synonyms aggravation, aggro [British], bother, botheration, exasperation, frustration, grief, irritation, pip [chiefly British], vexationRelated Words agitation, discomfort, displeasure, distress, disturbance, upset; irritability, irritableness, peeve, perturbation, pet, pique, resentment, snappishness, trouble; anger, angriness, chafe, dander, dudgeon, gall, huff, indignation, irateness, ire, outrage, umbrageNear Antonyms delight, pleasure




pip

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of pip

  1. to make a short sharp sound like a small bird <baby birds pipping loudly in their nest> Synonyms cheep, chirrup, chitter, jargon, peep, chirp, pipe, tweet, twitterRelated Words cackle, chatter, jabber; sing, trill, warble




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