hipped :

Search Words
You can search or browse for words


  • a  having hips; or having hips as specified (usually in combination)
  • a  (of a roof) sloping on all sides
    a hipped roof has sloping ends rather than gables

  • That potential is personified by Carter Rutherford (John Krasinski) who has it all: he's a war hero, a snake-hipped runner and cute as all get out.
  • No diet-disciplined Hollywood beauty, the great-hipped, heavy-stomached Venus lies on a violet couch while a Cupid crowns her with flowers, and a boyish nobleman serenades her .
  • But his placid, broad-hipped, female torsos, mountainously solid, yet so graceful that they seem about to move, have been the envy and despair of fellow sculptors all over the .

  • Pauline Kael in Sydney Morning Herald
    The New Yorker's film critic Pauline Kael, in her review of Planet of the Apes in 1968, wrote: "All this wouldn't be so forceful or so funny if it weren't for the use of Charlton Heston in the [leading] role. With his perfect, lean-hipped, powerful...
  • John Waters in International Herald Tribune
    As John Waters said in his missive to voters about "Cry-Baby," a best-musical nominee based on his cinematic celebration of 1950s youth flicks: "We got swivel-hipped juvenile delinquents, teenage sexpot harlots, good girls who want to be bad, prison...
  • Michael Savage in Media Matters for America
    Summary: Discussing the California wildfires, Michael Savage said: "The Smokeys that are running around with .45's on their hips, the mean-faced, clipped-haired, fat-hipped women, would consult a 75-page manual and have to call Denver and get an...

Bee Dictionary: Search, browse, look at common errors, idioms and more.