Noun(1) either side of the body below the waist and above the thigh(2) the structure of the vertebrate skeleton supporting the lower limbs in humans and the hind limbs or corresponding parts in other vertebrates(3) the ball-and-socket joint between the head of the femur and the acetabulum(4) (architecture(5) the fruit of a rose plant
Adjective(1) informed about the latest trends
(1) Murray ran for the door, hardly even noticing when he rammed his hip against a table edge.(2) Neil was born today, hip -hip hooray!(3) Reaching for the pitcher on the nightstand, he poured a glass of water, then propped a hip on the edge of the bed.(4) So I'm trolling around all the usual suspect Web sites, asking friends, the whole thing and nobody knows a cute, hip place to stay.(5) The hip population also makes shopping interesting.(6) It's the hip thing for college kids to do these days.(7) Such changes are doubtless inevitable, following the usual arc of once-neglected but now hip neighbourhoods.(8) she ran into a fence and dislocated her hip(9) Over the past few decades this traditionally Hispanic neighborhood has become an enclave of the city's hip culture.(10) Even the ultra hip Tibook from Apple suffered from pathetic sound.(11) Sunburst jewelry makes a hip gift for any chick on your list and, at only $16 a pop, the pins are totally affordable.(12) For a lot of teens body piercing is a hip accessory or fashion statement.(13) As she turned to walk away from the window her hip caught the edge of the side table, causing the brass vase to clatter to the ground.(14) Not only was there damage to my hip , but my pelvis had been fractured as well.(15) Insincere ballads, calls to ├ö├ç├┐rock 'n' roll man,├ö├ç├û and songs about that hip young lady just beyond their grasp populate this album.(16) Still ironing out the kinks, the populist cruise line is sort of a hip ferry: cheap, bare-bones, a bit ugly, and young.