How To Use Thick-lipped In A Sentence

  • There is some explanation for the belief that Schubert did not dare to love or declare his love, and some reason to believe that his reticence was wise and may have saved him worse pangs, in the fact that he was only one inch more than five feet high, and yet fat and awkward; stoop-shouldered, wild-haired, small-nosed, big-spectacled, thick-lipped, and of a complexion which has been called pasty to the point of tallowness. The Love Affairs of Great Musicians, Volume 2
  • The tritons are in fair demand, and many tons of cowries are sent to Europe yearly, while the shipment of a thick-lipped strombus in one year to Liverpool amounted to 300,000. Scientific American Supplement, No. 362, December 9, 1882
  • The extinction of the thick-lipped pebble snail is bad news for that species, but what does it matter to us? Times, Sunday Times
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