one of the two soft parts around your mouth where your skin is redder or darker ➔ tight-lipped
His bottom lip was swollen.
She had big eyes and full lips (=large and round lips).
Matt opened the door with a smile on his lips.
Marty kissed me right on the lips!
thin-lipped/thick-lipped/full-lipped (=having lips that are thin, or large and round)
Stephen pursed his lips with distaste (=brought them together tightly into a small circle).
the edge of a hollow or deep place in the land
the old road that ran along the lip of the gorge
3 [countable usually singular]
the edge of something you use to hold or pour liquid [= rim]
4 [uncountable] informal
talk that is not polite or respectful - used especially by adults to children [= cheek]:
Don't give me any of your lip!
used to say that you will not tell anyone about a secret
being talked about by everyone:
an actress whose name is on everyone's lips