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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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lipsticklip‧stick /ˈlɪpˌstɪk/ ●●○ noun  lipstick.jpg [countable, uncountable]DCB something used for adding colour to your lips, in the shape of a small stick
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lipstickThere was a lipstick, which he didn't hand back.Blend away any creases in your make-up and gently apply the new eyeshadow, highlighter and pencil, the blusher and lipstick.Warm Geranium lipstick by Kanebo and a loose matt powder completed the look.Fill in, blot on a tissue, then reapply another coat of lipstick.He always liked it when she wore a certain shade of lipstick, coral, not cherry.Bonnie Parker would have been happy to find this lipstick.And with lipstick and mascara and a spray of perfume she looked damned well sexy!The boys were smeared with lipstick, old scarves tied in knots beneath their spotted chins.
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