sippy cup


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sip·py cup

 (sĭp′ē)
n.
A plastic drinking cup having a tightly fitted lid with a short spout, used especially with young children to minimize spilling.

[sip + -y.]

sippy cup

n
US and Canadian a plastic cup for young children which has a tight-fitting lid with a perforated spout
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Absorbing how their little fingers move, pick up a toy, put food in their mouth, and then hold a sippy cup and drink?