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labbrosaur

labbrosaur  n.— «A mischievous journalist, Roberto D’Agostino, coined the word labbrosaur to describe the bee-stung lip look that has blossomed up and down the country. The word Labbra means lip in Italian.» —“How self-inflicted...

trout pout

trout pout  n.— «Actress Leslie Ash has warned women to beware the perils of cosmetic surgery after her lip enhancement procedure went disastrously wrong. The Merseybeat star said she had been through hell since implants left her with an...

biscuit

biscuit  n.— «He’s taking it down with a 9,000 pound iron ball, or, as he calls it, a biscuit. “Why do you call it a biscuit?” asked NewsChannel 11. “Well, ’cause it’s flat like a biscuit. You know how a muffin is made...

suture

suture  n.— «The area where the infield grass meets the dirt cutout has become what is better known in baseball parlance as a “lip.” And that lip is not small. Old timers used to call the feature a “suture,”...

lip

lip  n.— «The area where the infield grass meets the dirt cutout has become what is better known in baseball parlance as a “lip.” And that lip is not small. Old timers used to call the feature a “suture,” recalling...

wickerbill

wickerbill  n.— «Wickerbill—Also called a “Gurney flap or Gurney lip,” this piece of equipment is used to create down force on a Sprint car wing.» —“Learning the Lernerville lingo” by Paul Kogut Valley News...