chapped : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v crack due to dehydration
- s used of skin roughened as a result of cold or exposure
- Any tourist knows you can get thirsty seeing the sights, and even in the January cold, the Inauguration promises to keep a lot of people licking their (chapped) lips.
- Rain is scarce in these snow-peaked Himalayas of northern India, and summers bring dust storms that whip across craggy brown slopes and sun-chapped faces.
- Dry Land A worker takes a rest on the chapped land in a dried resevior in Minqin, in northwest China's Gansu Province.
News & Articles
- Kinky boots
06.12.13 - 7:25 am | Marke B. | SUPER EGO Just hear that harness jinglin', chapped cheeks tinglin', toooo .... Leather season is here, whipping us into a frenzy in the best possible way.
June 12, 2013 - San Francisco Bay Guardian
- Jim Furyk in sportal.com.au
I'm a little chapped at myself for doubling the last,Furyk said. "I really didn't hit too many bad shots. But there I hit a poor drive, hit a poor second shot, hit a nice wedge, but other than that, that's about the only shot I hit on the...
- Jim Hendry in Chicago Sun-Times
I wouldn't want somebody on our ballclub that wasn't chapped about the situation, and I personally felt that he showed great restraint by not getting upset with the 3-0 call,Hendry said. "There certainly was no intentional contact. As...
- Jim Tracy in The Associated Press
My lips are getting chapped from all the sunflower seeds,Tracy said, smiling.