thick-lipped


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thick-lipped

adj
having thick lips
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Adj.1.thick-lipped - having thick lips
lipped - having a lip or lips; "a lipped bowl"; "a virgin purest lipped"- John Keats
Translations

thick-lipped

[ˌθɪkˈlɪpt] ADJde labios gruesos, bezudo

thick-lipped

adjmit dicken or wulstigen Lippen, mit Wulstlippen

thick-lipped

[ˌθɪkˈlɪpt] adjdalle labbra grosse
References in classic literature ?
And all the while the thick-lipped leviathan is rushing through the deep, leaving tons of tumultuous white curds in his wake, and causing the slight boat to rock in the swells like a skiff caught nigh the paddle-wheels of an ocean steamer.
Here was the fighter--the beast with a streak for a forehead, with beady eyes under lowering and bushy brows, flat-nosed, thick-lipped, sullen-mouthed.
They were always in a hurry, and yet seemed to have nothing tangible to do; except a few of them (these, mostly asthmatic and thick-lipped) who were for ever demonstrating to the rest, with gold pencil-cases which they could hardly hold because of the big rings on their forefingers, how money was to be made.
Alan Lewis caught a thick-lipped mullet of 4lb 10oz when Bargoed SAC fished Seaton in Devon
Thick-lipped jugs of cocoa and coffee steamed on the table.
We discovered that, along the equator, there is nothing better than to be born curly haired, thick-lipped and black skinned.
Roedd 'na un tanc yn llawn pysgod fel y torbwt (Scophthalmus maximus; Turbot), yr hyrddyn gweflog (Chelon labrosus; Thick-lipped grey mullet) a'r wrachen resog (Labrus mixtus; Cuckoo wrasse).
Using float-fished breadflake with liquidised bread as groundbait, he soon had a fine 4lb 4oz thick-lipped grey mullet on the bank.
In her most recent exhibition, Sahal expanded her repertoire of tubular phalluses and thick-lipped orifices dribbled with syrupy glazes, creating two new breeds of large-scale androgynous figures.
"This is a haunting image of a peasant Jesus--dark, thick-lipped, looking out on us with ineffable dignity, with sadness but with confidence," Beckett wrote of the winning image.
Somewhere in the smoke-fogged Stag's Head, opposite her BBC office on Great Portland Place, London, the thick-lipped Dylan Thomas would be spotted, his hand maybe straying near the bottom of a young lady, as his mellifluous voice, one of our great instruments, intoned on this and that.
Do you tend to confuse your Croaking Gourami with your Thick-lipped Gourami?