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  • verb Present participle of plip.


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  • Mr. Tate gazed forlornly on the fiercely puckered brow and "plipping" lips, and heard the low growl of profanity as the Cap'n missed count on a column and had to start over again.

    The Skipper and the Skipped Being the Shore Log of Cap'n Aaron Sproul

  • Till the spark that plugged spared the chokee he gripped and (volatile volupty, how brieved are thy lunguings!) they could and they could hear like of a lisp lapsing, that was her knight of the truths thong plipping out of her chapell-ledeosy, after where he had gone and polped the questioned.

    Finnegans Wake


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