nip in a sentence

nip meaning:

v. t.) To remove by pinching, biting, or cutting with two meeting edges of anything; to clip.

n.) A sip

n.) A pinch with the nails or teeth.

nip sentence:

I nipped my finger in the door.

Some ants can give you a nasty nip.

He nipped a problem in the bud.

He nipped his lip and didn’t talk.

I gave my thumb quite a nip with the pliers.

The dog gave me a playful nip.

The postman ran away with the dog nipping at his heel.

We made it to the airport, but it was nip and tuck.

The Cobra nipped him and he died shortly after.

The poster had been nipped to pieces.

He winced as the dog nipped his ankle.

He nipped his finger in the door.

A bad habit in a child should be nipped in the bud.

The neck of the zebra was nipped by a lion.

The fish swam all around her and nipped at her legs.

Many serious illnesses can be nipped in the bud if they are detected early enough.

A crab nipped my toe while I was paddling.

In daring raids, Army soldiers nip across the border to daub boulders in red paint.

She had a habit of taking an occasional nip from a flask of cognac.

It’s important to nip this kind of bullying in the bud.

Try to nip this kind of bad behaviour in the bud.

I gave my thumb quite a nip with the pliers.