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King James Dictionary

Chap

CHAP, v.t. To cleave, split, crack, or open longitudinally, as the surface of the earth, or the skin and flesh of the hand. Dry weather chaps the earth; cold dry winds chap the hands.

CHAP, v.i. To crack; to open in long slits; as, the earth chaps; the hands chap.

CHAP, n. A longitudinal cleft, gap or chink, as in the surface of the earth, or in the hands or feet.

CHAP, n. The upper and lower part of the mouth; the jaw. It is applied to beasts, and vulgarly to men; generally in the plural, the chaps or mouth.

CHAP, v.i. To cheapen.


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