lip-synch lip-synch


  • (v) move the lips in synchronization (with recorded speech or song)


  1. The Velvet Rope, a music-industry insiders' site, traffics in scuttlebutt about which acts reputedly lip-synch.
  2. Con: Fake fireworks and having the cute girl lip-synch the song sung by the orthodontically-challenged girl: not so cool.
  3. That said, the debut, featuring the first round of auditions, shows that this lip-synch act isn't so easy.


  • TV Review: Drunk History

    Reviewed by Jeff Jensen | B+ ''Each yarn is dramatized by a different cast of sometimes-famous faces who must lip-synch the slurry lines of their inebriated narrator. Sounds dumb. It plays hilarious.''
    on June 27, 2013     Source: Entertainment Weekly


  1. Clive Rowe takes on the voice of Audrey II, Seymour's pet name for his sapling, that becomes an untameable carnivore; "The guys who operate the plant are amazing," says Buckfield. "It'sa real art to be able to lip-synch and bench press...
    on Feb 18, 2009 By: Clare Buckfield Source: Epsom Guardian

  2. "These brothers are so for real they don't even know how to lip-synch," Santana said.
    on Sep 2, 2004 By: Carlos Santana Source:

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