adjective see dewlap

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  • Dewlapped — Dew lapped , a. Furnished with a dewlap. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dewlapped — adj. having a dewlap, resembling a dewlap (fold of skin which hangs under the throat of certain animals) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • dewlapped — dew·lapped …   English syllables

  • dewlapped — …   Useful english dictionary

  • dewlap — dewlapped, adj. /dooh lap , dyooh /, n. 1. a pendulous fold of skin under the throat of a bovine animal. 2. any similar part in other animals, as the wattle of fowl or the inflatable loose skin under the throat of some lizards. [1350 1400; ME… …   Universalium

  • dewlap — noun Date: 14th century 1. loose skin hanging under the neck of an animal see cow illustration 2. loose flesh on the human throat • dewlapped adjective …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • dewlap — /ˈdjulæp/ (say dyoohlap) noun 1. a pendulous fold of skin under the throat of cattle. 2. any similar part, as the loose skin under the throat of some dogs, the wattle of fowls, etc. 3. any loose skin on the human throat. {from dew, of uncertain… …   Australian English dictionary

  • dewlap — [do͞o′lap΄] n. [ME dewlappe: see DEW & LAP1] a loose fold of skin hanging from the throat of cattle and certain other animals, or a similar loose fold under the chin of a person dewlapped [do͞o′lapt΄, dyo͞o′lapt΄] adj …   English World dictionary

  • dewlappy — adjective see dewlapped …   Useful english dictionary

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