[ US /ˈdɪpɝ/ ]
[ UK /dˈɪpɐ/ ]
  1. a group of seven bright stars in the constellation Ursa Major
  2. a cluster of seven stars in Ursa Minor; at the end of the dipper's handle is Polaris
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How To Use Dipper In A Sentence

  • Market growth is being fuelled by hand-held snacks, including wedges, baps, baguettes, rolls, pasta salads and dippers.
  • Evil Eve made all sorts of feckless charges against Rebecca Groppe but the people saw through the dirty politics and dismissed the double-dipper. link Enquirer Anti-Mallory Bias
  • Dippers are among the earliest breeders in the Highlands, along with golden eagles, ravens and herons, and are a favourite water bird for me, perhaps because of their lifestyle and the way they fish. Country diary: River Nairn
  • There are over 370 species of birds, including The Brown Dipper, forktails and sunbirds.
  • Because it looks like a spoon or ladle , the Little Dipper is easy to find .
  • Isn't it time some of the big-time dippers spent some time in the slammer as well?
  • Watering cans were scarce, but a woman armed with a bucket of sudsed tobacco solution and a pewter dipper with holes punched in its bottom sprinkled the growing vegetables—and crops! Morgan’s Run
  • He scooped water from a bucket with a dipper, then poured it over both sides of the blade.
  • Some of them are calling themselves New Democrats Online while others are still calling themselves Blogging Dippers. Spotlight on NDP Bloggers
  • Can the QQ game hall not download the up - to - date dipper landlord?
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