Definition of lipped
: having a lip or lips especially of a specified kind or number —often used in combination tight-lipped
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Just as Duan plays the blaster with brooding, tight-lipped realism rather than conventional heroics, the screenplay by Chang and Li Meng toys with something approaching social realism.
The U.S. team led by Kushner and former Trump lawyer Jason Greenblatt claims some success in helping prepare the ground for eventual talks, but U.S. officials are tight-lipped about what form such talks could take.
Since late March, work on a two-year state budget and a school-funding plan required by the state Supreme Court has gone on behind closed doors, directed by a handful of tight-lipped legislators.
Temme Hagen is tight-lipped about today’s recipe details.
The Trump team's style makes for a study in contrasts when compared to the seasoned group of prosecutors and criminal law experts working under Robert Mueller, the tight-lipped, respected ex-FBI director.
Beyoncé and Jay Z are usually tight-lipped about their personal lives and waited years to release footage of their wedding and weeks to confirm the birth of daughter Blue Ivy, who is now five years old.
Both Rae and HBO have been pretty tight-lipped about what happens next.
The chances are hard to handicap, largely because the Air Force is tight-lipped about its process, but Boise is one of five finalist cities for a National Guard squadron of 18 to 24 F-35s.
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: having lips of a specified type
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