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- n. Plural form of underlip.
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Both of them lower their heads, pout their underlips in the effort to bring out these astonishingly deep notes.
Some of them wore broad mantles of delicate feather embroidery, and collars and bracelets of turquoise mosaic with which fine plumage was curiously mingled, while their ears, underlips, and sometimes even their noses, were adorned with pendants of precious stones, or crescents of fine gold.
They wear, by way of ornament, little sticks thrust through their cheeks and underlips, and are said to be cannibals, using poisoned arrows and darts.
A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels — Volume 10 Arranged in systematic order: Forming a complete history of the origin and progress of navigation, discovery, and commerce, by sea and land, from the earliest ages to the present time.
tier upon tier of bubble gum & breath mints & sour balls, stacks of months-old white bread, slick packages of bologna, sweet pickles & okra pickles & the pickled underlips of pigs, all manner of potted meats & yellowed salad dressing & the hen long ago unhinged & shellacked & frozen & just this morning tossed & fried in a goodly amount of brown grease