Definition of 'nippy'
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He is nippy and small and much quicker. The Sun (2009)It was only the nippy weather that stopped the crowds dancing in the streets. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Sometimes it gets a bit nippy. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Well, they can be a bit nippy. The Sun (2013)It was a bit nippy but he was only wearing a T-shirt. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Got a bit nippy by dessert, so we moved inside. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They were great little cars, nippy and lots of fun. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Not only does it muck up your commute, the nippy weather can also wreak havoc with your skin. The Sun (2014)They are small, nippy, cheap and frugal. Times, Sunday Times (2013)One's got height and a physical presence - the other is shorter and a bit nippy. The Sun (2010)IT isn't just Britain where the weather is a bit nippy at the moment. The Sun (2008) BIT nippy, isn't it? The Sun (2013)
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