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- n. One who has a lisp.
- n. Someone who programs in the computer language LISP.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who lisps.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who lisps; one who speaks with a natural or affected lisp or imperfectly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a speaker who lisps
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The latest brain-dead decision (to let their lisper in residence, Jonathan Ross, walk from the corporation) is one which confounds me.
Churchill was -- didn't go to university, couldn't get in; he was a lisp -- lisper, stutterer.
BRIAN LAMB, host: James C. Humes, author of "Confessions of a White House Ghostwriter," I understand from your book that you started off in life as a lisper and a stutterer?
I meant to say how sorry I am for my dear little lisper that she failed in her efforts to conquer the "Hero"; and here I have drifted off in a page of trash that does not concern her in the least.
Did my little lisper change the message when the little midshipman told her it had been intercepted because too friendly?
My sweet little lisper informed a select circle of friends the other night, when questioned, that the individual had not called on me, and, what was more, would not do so.
It is recommended for the little lisper, and in former days it was recommended as a sure cure for the hiccoughs.
Ollie Lord, Chickering, Hull, Skelding, and the others seemed to have been almost deserted by the bees, that were now swarming down upon the hapless lisper, drawn there by the fact that the queen had found lodgment somewhere on Veazie's neck.
Rupert, with his patent-leather shoes and shining tile, down to the cowardly little lisper, Lew Veazie, they were alike detested.
Having seen every thing, and bought photographs _ad libitum_ of the wooden-faced lisper, who cheated awfully, the pilgrims drove away, satiated with relics, royalty, and '_regardez_.'