lip in a sentence

lip meaning:

n.) One of the two fleshy folds which surround the mouth.

v. t.) to kiss.

n.) An edge of an opening of an object;

lip sentence:

I bit my lip.

He nipped his lip and didn’t talk.

Nina chewed her lower lip anxiously.

She bit her lip to keep from crying.

Wipe lip of bottle with paper towel.

He licked his lips hungrily.

Her lips were dry and cracked.

There was much lipstick on her lips.

In winter our lips get chapped.

She ran her tongue over her lips.

He didn’t allow any word to escape his lips.

Matt opened the door with a smile on his lips .

She put a finger to her lips to enjoin silence.

I must learn to bite my lip.

You’ve got some butter on your bottom lip .

She had quite severe bruising and a cut lip.

He chewed on his bottom lip as he considered the question.

The snowflake landed on her lower lip and immediately dissolved.

He acknowledged her remark with a faint curl of his lips.

In her anger she compressed her lips so tightly that they went white.

Boris touched his lips then looked at the smear of blood on his hand.

His eyes flashed, and his lips were drawn back in a furious snarl.

She pressed her lips together and willed herself not to cry.

We swallowed the chocolates in one gulp, licking our lips.

Phil raised a glass of water to his parched lips.

His lips were quivering and would not form words.

She took a bite of doughnut and licked her lips.

Matt opened the door with a smile on his lips .

She lifted the last of her drink to her lips.

He smiled, a slow cynical twist of his lips.

He didn’t allow any word to escape his lips.