lip off


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Verb1.lip off - speak spontaneously and without restraint; "She always shoots her mouth off and says things she later regrets"
mouth, speak, talk, verbalise, verbalize, utter - express in speech; "She talks a lot of nonsense"; "This depressed patient does not verbalize"
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Policesaid that the man approached the woman and said I'm the devil' before he leaned over andbither top lip off. The incident happened at 6pm on August 25, which was the first day of the world famous street carnival.
The 29-year-old Ghanaian defendant was charged with physical assault after biting the other woman's lip off and causing three per cent permanent disability, during the incident that happened in April this year.
Miss Hedworth said when he was eight he found his mother tied up in the bath with 180 injuries and close to death after an attack and the perpetrator then bit his mum's bottom lip off when he was released.
When he tried to pry it off, it tore a chunk of his lip off with it.
I couldn't tell at the time but he ripped my lip off. He spat it on the ground and ran away.
"The doctors told me that if I hadn't turned my head away, the dog would have taken the whole of my bottom lip off.
She said about four weeks after the hearing about Roxie, a Grafton woman was at a store in Shrewsbury, when the Labrador retriever she had gotten from a shelter four months earlier bit the bottom lip off a man who patted it, and either tried to hug the dog or scratch his back.