Definitions of pip

  1.   A seed, as of an apple or orange.
  2.   defeat thoroughly; " He mopped up the floor with his opponents"
  3.   A horny pellicle that grows on the tongues of fowls.
  4.   colloquial usage; defeat thoroughly; " He mopped up the floor with his opponents"
  5.   A disease of fowls, also called roup.
  6.   a mark on a playing card ( shape depending on the suit)
  7.   The seed of an apple, orange, and the like; a cherry- stone; the spot or single on a card.
  8.   The seed of certain fruit; as, an orange pip; a disease of chickens; a spot on a playing card.
  9.   a minor nonspecific ailment
  10.   The seed of an apple or similar fruit; a spot on cards.
  11.   The seed of an apple, orange, etc.
  12.   a disease of poultry
  13.   A disorder of fowls in which a thick slime forms on the tongue and stops up the nostrils.
  14.   A spot on cards.
  15.   Seed of fruit; a disease of fowls.
  16.   A disease of fowls.
  17.   To cry as a chicken.
  18.   To cry or chirp, as a chicken; to peep.
  19.   To cry or chirp.
  20.   hit with a missile from a weapon
  21.   The seed of fruit.
  22.   a radar echo displayed so as to show the position of a reflecting surface
  23.   a small hard seed found in some fruits
  24.   kill by firing a missile
  25.   One of the conventional figures or spots on playing cards, dominoes, etc.
  26.   A contagious disease of fowls, characterized by hoarseness, discharge from the nostrils and eyes, and an accumulation of mucus in the mouth, forming a " scale" on the tongue. By some the term pip is restricted to this last symptom, the disease being called roup by them.

Quotes of pip

  1. I think we are going to see exciting cricket all the way. We are watching the two best teams in the world -and I think England will eventually go on to pip Australia by a single Test. – Ian Botham

Usage examples for pip

  1. “ " There's absolutely nothing to do, Pip she said slowly. ” – Seven Little Australians by Ethel Sybil Turner
  2. What did that fellow Orlick say to me, Pip – Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
  3. “ Bess and the pessimistic Mrs. Addcock had got together over some medicine to prevent pip in the conservatory young Leghorns. ” – The Golden Bird by Maria Thompson Daviess
  4. And it was in those very marshes near by, that Magwitch, the escaped convict in Great Expectations, so frightened little Pip – Tales from Dickens by Charles Dickens and Hallie Erminie Rives
  5. “ " I had been doing this," Pip confessed, " in an excess of attention to his recital. ” – The Book of Business Etiquette by Nella Henney
  6. The next on the list- I am going from youngest to oldest, you see- was the " show" Woolcot, as Pip the eldest boy, used to say. ” – Seven Little Australians by Ethel Sybil Turner
  7. “ " Yes, Pip dear boy, I've made a gentleman on you. ” – The World's Greatest Books, Vol III by Arthur Mee and J.A. Hammerton, Eds.
  8. As I was saying, Pip it were my intentions to have had it cut over him; but poetry costs money, cut it how you will, small or large, and it were not done. ” – Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
  9. The study of Pip is meant to indicate that with all his virtues Pip was a snob. ” – Appreciations and Criticisms of the Works of Charles Dickens by G. K. Chesterton
  10. “ I know what you're a going to say, Pip stay a bit! ” – Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
  11. The common complaint of fowls, called the pip is chiefly occasioned by foul and heated water being given them. ” – The Cook and Housekeeper's Complete and Universal Dictionary; Including a System of Modern Cookery, in all Its Various Branches, by Mary Eaton
  12. That band gives me the pip hearing it from the outside. ” – The Privet Hedge by J. E. Buckrose
  13. Pip saw now there was no time to lose if he would save Magwitch. ” – Tales from Dickens by Charles Dickens and Hallie Erminie Rives
  14. “ A Democratic administration has certainly frowned upon the professional, partisan office seekers, but it has been unable to stay the onward march of the chintz bug or to produce a perceptible falling off in pip among the yellow- limbed fowls. ” – Remarks by Bill Nye
  15. Very guilty Pip felt all that Christmas morning. ” – Tales from Dickens by Charles Dickens and Hallie Erminie Rives
  16. “ " Then Pip it is," Byron laughed. ” – Undo-a-Novel-By-Joe-Hutsko by Hutsko, Joe
  17. Now, Pip Joe looked firmly at me as if he knew I was not going to agree with him;- your sister is a fine figure of a woman. ” – Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
  18. “ " Pip William tried again, " Thank you." ” – Undo-a-Novel-By-Joe-Hutsko by Hutsko, Joe
  19. “ I haven't introduced you to Pip yet, have I? ” – Seven Little Australians by Ethel Sybil Turner

Rhymes for pip