either of the two edges of the mouth where the skin is delicate and usually redder than the surrounding skin
the edge (of a hollow container or opening)
rude or arguing talk
"don't give me any of your sass"
When she drinks, against her lips I bob.
出自：Midsummer Night's Dream , Shakespeare
From his Lip Not Words alone pleas'd her.
A cry rose to his lips.
出自： R. L. Stevenson
The set of the lips suggests a certain inward firmness.
出自： Day Lewis
She..remembered his lips on the back of her neck.
出自： A. Geras
I..licked a little salt off my upper lip.
出自： R. B. Parker
A hand that kings Have lipp'd, and trembled kissing.
出自：Anthony Cleopatra , Shakespeare
Some little bay lipped by the Arctic current.
Just do as what I say—and don't give me any of your lip.