We have no meanings for "zipped to" in our records yet.
I was even able to sit cross-legged with the bag zipped to my chin.
Her red wool jacket was zipped to her chin.
Yet her outerwear was zipped to the chin.
Around six I zipped to Le Faubourg for a bottle of wine and a small bouquet.
She still had her jacket zipped to the neck, her hands deep in the slash pockets.
The second was his heavy jacket, zipped to what was now dangerously close to a double chin.
She kept it zipped to the neck, always, even though it was too warm in the studio.
Hollis and Sara were beside him, their rifles resting across their laps, their parkas zipped to their chins.
Lem was in his hammock, zipped to his waist, a box of chocolates floating in front of him.
For each visit, inmates wear white jumpsuits which are back- zipped to reduce the potential for visitors passing over contraband.
I crack the door a little and there she is, her big puffy jacket zipped to her chin, looking pissed.
There were twinsets with Alpine-themed intarsia design, sheepskin moonboots, ski goggle sunglasses and sporty tweed jackets that zipped to the chin.
Blue-skinned, with dandelion hair and gossamer wings, she stuck out her tongue at me and zipped to Ash, alighting on his shoulder.
Though the day was muggy, the man wore wool pants, a long-sleeved flannel shirt, an orange hunting cap, and a windbreaker zipped to midchest.
The Panthers, who managed only six shots on goal in the period, zipped to a 3-1 lead when Bjugstad scored on a breakaway at 5:35.
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Zipped to across language varieties