Did you perchance mean nip?
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A simpleton; a fool.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. obsolete Same as nupson.
“And so what they don ` t want is even if she went to court, even if she lost on the basis of the pre-nup, that is the last thing that Nike and Gatorade and the rest of the sponsors spending who are $92 million a year in contracts with him want.”
“The Times of London" reports that Madonna and Ritchie do not have a pre-nup, meaning that, if there is a divorce, up to half of Madonna ` s estimated $600 million fortune could be up for discussion.”
“Sthef signed a pre-nup, meaning she walks away from the short-lived experience with nada.”
“Shop assistants who say "nup" every time you ask them a question (see previous post here).”
“What was yours before your marriage will always remain yours, pre nup or not.”
“Although the Mexican system may have red tape, I like the fact that they have a pre-nup arrangement built into the system.”
“If at some point in your relationship having a pre-nup is going to be the make it or break it factor, in which direction would you want to push forward?”
“Possibly, the most notable lines of the song read, If you ain't no punk, holla we want pre-nup.”
“You have a CEO with a pre-nup and the wife then shows how if she did the work of the cook, the nanny and chauffeur it would be worth $400,000 a year.”
“The engagement was fun but the pre-nup got too complex, 'wrote Brown in a memo to her staff today, obtained by Intel.”
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