|by the lips, via the lips, with the lips||labially|
|(Phonetics) expressed by the lips and teeth (about a phoneme)||dentilabial|
|(Slang) with a loud smacking sound; directly, squarely, be distinctively flavored, distinctive taste, express something indirectly, faint taste, slight hint; little bit, small amount; slap; opening and closing of the lips accompanied by a sharp sound; ...||smack|
|a trademark for a lip balm in the form of a stick, applied to the lips to prevent or relieve chapping||Chap Stick|
|act of kissing, touch of the lips (sign of affection); gentle touch, light touch, brush or caress with the lips, caress done with the lips, gentle passing touch, sideswipe, small piece of candy, touch one ball against another, touch something gently, t...||kiss|
|act of pursing, act of constricting until tight and wrinkled (i.e. the lips); act of creasing or wrinkling||puckering|
|act of sucking something, act of sucking; sound produced by sucking; something that is is sucked, be very bad, draw into the mouth using the lips and tongue; draw in, pull in; place in the mouth and draw upon; cause to dissolve in the mouth; be repulsi...||suck|
|act of whistling, device producing a shrill sound, emit a shrill characteristic call, issue a call or order by whistling, make a musical sound by whistling, make a shrill sound through pursed lips, move with a shrill sound, produce a shrill sound, prod...||whistle|
|any of several types of red or pink cosmetics used on the cheeks and lips; reddish powder used as a pigment and polishing agent, apply rouge, color with rouge, blush, color something with rouge, polish in powder form, reddish makeup for the cheeks||rouge|
|back talk, caress something with the mouth, container opening, express, give voice to; mumble; put into the mouth; rub or nuzzle with the lips, face feature, facial feature above the chin and below the nose; part of the body used for eating and communi...||mouth|
|be extremely busy, droning noise, expression of displeasure or indecision, give off a low steady sound, make a droning sound, murmur, drone; sing with closed lips; work busily, be busily active, murmuring sound, constant droning sound; act of singing w...||hum|
|big smooth-haired dog, breed of large and powerful short-haired dogs with drooping ears and lips||mastiff|
|blister near lips, fever blister||cold sore|
|chirp, chirping sound, make a chirping sound, make birdlike sounds, twitter, make clucking sound with lips, speak in high cheerful voice||chirrup|
|circular, ring-shaped, round, complex or diverse, curved, or with curved parts, pronounced with pursed lips||rounded|
|consonant expressed by means of the lips (Phonetics), instrument with a liplike edge, involving lips or labia, moving air across a liplike edge, pertaining to the lips; of or pertaining a labium; expressed by means of the lips (Phonetics), sound pronou...||labial|
|consonant pronounced using both lips, speech sound produced with the lips close together (Phonetics), using both the upper and lower lips (Phonetics)||bilabial|
|constricted into folds or wrinkles, puckered (about the lips, etc.)||pursed|
|cosmetic for coloring lips, cosmetic used to color the lips||lipstick|
|cosmetic for outlining lips||lip liner|
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