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blip +‎ -y


blippy (comparative blippier, superlative blippiest)

  1. Characterized by blips (short sounds of a single pitch).
    • 2007, SPIN (volume 23, number 1, page 20)
      This mad electro-pop/dance-rock whatsit from Sweden brings to mind Stereolab at their blippiest and Black Grape at their loopiest — and manages to sell lots of cars and soft drinks in the process.
    • 2008 June 8, Ben Ratliff, “Folk in Death-Metal, Nintendo in Techno”, in New York Times[1]:
      Sometimes he relies on the tiny blippy noises for percussion, but in places he uses a drummer as well, playing thrashing solos over the electronics.