- n. slang, offensive A Japanese person
- From Nippon (Wiktionary)
“If you're a Glee fan who hasn't seen Nip, don't let the creator connection fool you: Nip is a much darker, much more disturbing fantasy.”
“More than likely because of Sackhoff's new lead role, Entertainment Weekly reports that she had to back out of her role in Nip/Tuck.”
“The only social variation marked in the corpus is the slang Nip; there are no regional variations such as Hawaiian or American English vs. British English.”
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“She was the instant “hate girl” in Nip/Tuck … I really liked her in 90210 and if they really are dating, that’s awesome … she seems like a really nice person … and really … I could care less … good on you!”
“He was called Nip because he used to playfully nip, or pretend to bite, cats.”
“Men show much more nudity on non-premium paid cable shows such as Nip Tuck.”
“He then called out "Nip," when a rumbling noise was heard from the kennel, and directly after a lame hound came hopping round to the door.”
“Sir John told him who I was, and desired him to obey my orders; commanded us both to be good friends and not quarrel, as strange dogs were rather apt to do; and after some more advice left us to ourselves, I in a perfect dream of wonderment, and "Nip" sitting winking at me in a way that I thought more funny than agreeable.”
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