Etymology
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lipstick (n.)

1880, from lip (n.) + stick (n.).

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Definitions of lipstick
1
lipstick (v.)
form by tracing with lipstick;
The clown had lipsticked circles on his cheeks
lipstick (v.)
apply lipstick to;
She lipsticked her mouth
2
lipstick (n.)
makeup that is used to color the lips;
Synonyms: lip rouge
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