Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A crystalline substance of glucosidal nature, said to be obtained from burdock fruit.
“Of course she does because there are about 1 million stupid people lappin 'up the hate-filled speeches.”
“I recalls a TV speshul inna 80′s wif former firs lady Barbara Bush doin live Whyte Haws tour on camera wen wun ob der goggies started lappin at her anterior area on camera.”
“May 17, 2007 at 9:31 am ahm in yor bukkit, lappin up da cool whip!”
“Were a-spooning about in the halley's, or lappin 'up buns and Bohea.”
“Mi faither says as haa snow is th 'earth's lappin', and keeps all th 'seeds warm, and mak's th' land so as it 'll groo.”
“I said it right in the Long Horn yeste'day mornin '-- they was a bunch of us lappin' 'em up.”
“Before he got through I could hear whole poems in the little wavelets lappin 'under our run, and in the evenin' breeze which was kissin 'my cheek.”
“It was well worth lookin 'at too; for, although there was most too many clouds for the moon to do much execution, here was all the yachts lighted up, and the clubhouse blazin' and gay, and the water lappin 'gentle in between.”
“You see, I guess it's come of me lappin 'up the ha'f-baked notions you find wrote in the news-sheets.”
“How he keeps his countenance -- demure as my grandmother's cat lappin 'cream ....”
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