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Definition of Nipple

  • The protuberance through which milk is drawn from the breast or mamma; the mammilla; a teat; a pap.
  • The orifice at which any animal liquid, as the oil from an oil bag, is discharged.
  • Any small projection or article in which there is an orifice for discharging a fluid, or for other purposes; as, the nipple of a nursing bottle; the nipple of a percussion lock, or that part on which the cap is put and through which the fire passes to the charge.
  • A pipe fitting, consisting of a short piece of pipe, usually provided with a screw thread at each end, for connecting two other fittings.
  • a flexible cap on a baby's feeding bottle or pacifier
  • the small projection of a mammary gland

How to use nipple in a sentence. Nipple pronunciation.

He loaded them with great care, adjusting the caps by pressing them lightly to the nipple with his thumb.
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Touchfaucet being at these words very impatient, drew out his sword, and therewith ran Rashcalf through the body, a little under the nipple of his left side, whereof he died presently, and pulling back his sword out of his body said boldly, So let him perish that shall a faithful servant blame.
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Another and better plan was to get a friend to wave about a lighted candle, and then to fire at it with a cap on the nipple, and if the aim was accurate the little puff of air would blow out the candle.
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In his right hand, between his forefinger and thumb, in the act of being placed upon the nipple of the gun, was a percussion cap.
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The end containing the head finishes with a short conical nipple, an apex, pierced by a narrow shaft that establishes a communication between the inside and the out.
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Out of the boot he draws an infant's bottle, topped by a rubber nipple and half filled with milk.
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Sept. 19, 1816.-Arrived at a lake in the very nipple of the bosom of the Mountain; left our quadrupeds with a Shepherd, and ascended further; came to some snow in patches, upon which my forehead's perspiration fell like rain, making the same dints as in a sieve; the chill of the wind and the snow turned me giddy, but I scrambled on and upwards.
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On a closer examination, however, and just about half an inch below the nipple of his left breast, the young soldier perceived a small discolored wound, evidently made with the point of his own sword during the struggle that had just terminated, and from which not a single drop of blood had flowed, outwardly at least.
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He was riding at the head of his men when he was tumbled from his horse, the ball having entered his left breast, damaging the breast bone and passing out just under his right nipple.
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I would, while it was smiling in my face, Have pluck'd my nipple from his boneless gums And dash'd the brains out had I so sworn as you Have done to this.
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Schenck reports instances of menstruation from the nipple; and Richter, de Fontechia, Laurentius, Marcellus Donatus, Amatus Lusitanus, and Bierling are some of the older writers who have observed this anomaly.
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Barnes saw a case in St. George's Hospital, London, 1876, in which the young girl menstruated vicariously from the nipple and stomach.
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In a London discussion there was mentioned the case of a healthy woman of fifty who never was pregnant, and whose menstruation had ceased two years previously, but who for twelve months had menstruated regularly from the nipples, the hemorrhage being so profuse as to require constant change of napkins.
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The right mamma was quite well developed, flaccid, the nipple prominent, and the superficial veins larger and more tortuous than usual.
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The areola was large and well marked, and 1/4 inch from its outer edge, immediately under the nipple, there was an ulcer with slightly elevated edges measuring about 1 1/4 inches across the base, and having an opening in its center 1/4 inch in diameter, covered with a thin scab.
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As the fluid escaped from the nipple it became changed in character, passing from a whitish to a bloody and to a yellowish color respectively, and suddenly terminating at the beginning of the real flow from the uterus, to reappear again at the breast at the close of the flow, and then lasting two or three days longer.
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It was too feeble to grasp its mother's nipple, and was fed for three weeks by milk from the breast through a quill.
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Finally her menses stopped; the breasts began to enlarge and became discolored around the nipples.
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He discusses the idea that woman was meant to bear more than one child at a birth, using as his argument the existence of the double nipple and mamma, to which might be added the not infrequent occurrence of polymazia.
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At the junction of the rudimentary limb with the body, in front, were two rudimentary mammary glands, each containing a nipple.
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Examples of Nipple

Example #1
That done, he lighted a cigar, and for half an hour the muffled beat of his regular tread sounded on the carpet of the gallery.
Example #2
Left alone, his master approached a cabinet curiously carved in the Italian style, and took from it a long flat ebony box.
Example #3
The Pantagruelists returned them more; as the truth is, theirs were somewhat damaged by the late storm.
Example #4
Picrochole incontinently grew furious, and seeing Touchfaucet's new sword and his scabbard so richly diapered with flourishes of most excellent workmanship, said, Did they give thee this weapon so feloniously therewith to kill before my face my so good friend Rashcalf?
Example #5
To Hooker, March 9, 1863 (volume ii.
Example #6
When at Cambridge I used to practise throwing up my gun to my shoulder before a looking-glass to see that I threw it up straight.