Definition of lipstick in English:

lipstick

noun

  • Colored cosmetic applied to the lips from a small solid stick.

    • ‘When he finally did come back he had a shade of pink lipstick smeared across his lips and his cheek.’
    • ‘Plus she was wearing black boots, black lipstick, and black nail polish.’
    • ‘His lips were smeared with black lipstick and heavy pink eyeshadow and glitter covered his eyelids.’
    • ‘He wants to wipe her lipstick off his face and reaches for a handkerchief in his breast pocket.’
    • ‘Apply dark lipstick on your lips and kiss the paper to add a mouth!’
    • ‘The first thing you notice about Gill is her lips, smeared in dark purple lipstick.’
    • ‘She wears sultry purple lipstick and matching eyeshadow and her cheeks are heavy with foundation.’
    • ‘She likes to wear frosted plum lipstick and opaque lilac eyeshadow to match it.’
    • ‘She reapplied her shocking red lipstick in the rearview mirror, smacking her lips in satisfaction.’
    • ‘Her hair was wavy and she was wearing the brightest red lipstick known to man.’
    • ‘She'd fastened her hair up and applied scarlet red lipstick.’
    • ‘She picked up a napkin and wiped the lipstick off his face.’
    • ‘Glossy, coiffed locks, mascara and lipstick are key elements, as are sunglasses and silk scarves.’
    • ‘She wasn't injured, except for a little smudge of lipstick, and I was taken away in an ambulance.’
    • ‘Her face was done up in elaborate shades of red and layers of red lipstick and gloss coated her lips.’
    • ‘I reached up, laughing a little, and wiped a smudge of my pale pink lipstick off his face.’
    • ‘I adjusted the straps of my bag, applying a layer of purple lipstick.’
    • ‘Whatever happened to the lipstick stain on the collar?’
    • ‘So you can put lipstick on a pig, but you can't call it a lady.’
    • ‘There was alcohol on his breath and lipstick on his collar.’
    cosmetics, greasepaint
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Pronunciation:

lipstick

/ˈlipˌstik/