How to use Nippy in a sentence

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  • Apparently it gets a bit nippy in the winter too.

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  • It may not be straightforward, but the Coolpix is extremely nippy for a non-SLR, and considerably smaller.

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  • At home, I use a Nippy portable respirator for 12 - 14 hours a day.

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  • Folks around here tend to wear gloves in the winter when it gets that nippy.

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  • Best to drive is the 1.3-litre Sirion, which is nippy yet still frugal at a claimed 48mpg overall.

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  • In the center there's highlands over 2,000m and it can get pretty nippy up there I can tell you.

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  • Around town the engine felt quite nippy, although I wasn't sure about the gearbox.

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  • From the large lumbering herbivorous sauropods to the small nippy carnivorous theropods, Skye has a number of record-breaking dinosaurs.

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  • I have opted for the slightly slower but still pretty nippy ATI Radeon 7500.

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  • Some can be quite nippy, which makes the Dash Hoop come in quite handy.

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  • They sound great when they buzz by and they are very nippy.

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  • When we came out, it was really nippy and we had to wrap up for the final run through Wolsingham to Bishop Auckland.

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  • A jacket comes in handy when temperatures are too low to simply wear a T-shirt or tank top, so it's perfect for anyone who exercises early in the morning, when temperatures are on the nippy side.

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