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Lippit, -ed, Lyppit, ppl. a. [Lip n. 2: cf. ME. and e.m.E. lip(pe)d having lips of a specified kind.] Of a vessel: Edged, rimmed (with silver). Of a vessel or a hat: (Broad, narrow)-rimmed or -brimmed. a. (1) Ane blak cop lippit with siluer; 1583 Edinb. Test. XIII. 43 b.
(2) xxiiij braid lippit charger plaitts; 1651 Edinb. Test. LXV. 140.
xviij dussone of narrow lipped plaits; 1658 Ib. LXIX. 179.
b. Ane dissone of braid lyppit hattis; 1586 Edinb. Test. XV. 196.
Ane narrow lippit castour hat; 1593 Ib. XXV. 192.
The devil replied, yea sir, you speak of prayer with your broad lipped hat, for the gentleman had lately gotten a hat in the fashion with broad lipps; Sinclair Satan's Invisible World 88.

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