Did you perhaps mean lipped?
- v. To know what a person is saying by watching how their lips move.
- v. interpret by lipreading; of deaf people
- lip + read (Wiktionary)
“I told her the word would never have any meaning for her because she was sitting up on a butte with binoculars, watching people talk from a distance and even if she could lipread, she'd be getting it wrong.”
“Personally I prefer signs when I have the chance, lipread when I have to, and use writing as a back up.”
“Bland in demeanor to me means not being able to lipread a single word.”
“Being deaf, I can only lipread one person at a time.”
“She accompanied a deaf friend and repeated what Ms Keller said, so that her friend could lipread.”
“April 29th, 2006 at 8:05 pm could anyone lipread Ann Garrols comments to Colbert?”
“If he could lipread she was saying some pretty awful things, and he didn't know if the Sprites had soap anyway.”
“When they did not want to be overheard they carefully lipread one another, never verbalizing anything that might excite an eavesdropper.”
“He is constantly humiliated by his twin brother, Daniel, who insults him while covering his mouth so Nathan can't lipread what he's saying.”
“Or you had to learn to lipread really, really well.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘lipread’.
how lip is used
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This is a list of my favourite words (phrases) in english, as a second language. I love them mostly because of how they sound and their meaning.
Looking for tweets for lipread.