Recent Examples of nipple from the Web
The formula is packed with organic herbs that hydrate and soothe skin for new mamas who are nursing and prone to sore, chapped nipples.
Her negotiations also include explicit detail about what will and will not be shown onscreen, from nipples to pubic hair to shots of an actor's backside.
In an ideal world, seeing a woman's nipple would not be reason for an international incident, but alas.
Squeeze your breast gently with those fingers to encourage milk to come to the nipple, and keep repeating this.
Anne Hathaway reminisced about that time her dress made her nipples look hard.
Her left breast is smaller than the right and her nipple is retracted, all signs of cancer.
While skating with her partner Guillaume Cizeron, the top of Papadakis' costume came undone, briefly exposing her left nipple.
Dadis said Seagal reached under her bikini top, grabbed her nipples and then grabbed her genitals soon after the audition began.
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Origin and Etymology of nipple
First Known Use: circa 1510See Words from the same year
NIPPLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of nipple for English Language Learners
: either one of the two small, round parts on a person's chest that are darker in color than the area around them
: a rubber or plastic device that is attached to a bottle and that has a small opening from which a baby can suck milk
NIPPLE Defined for Kids
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