[ US /ˈtɪpt/ ]
[ UK /tˈɪpt/ ]
  1. having a tip; or having a tip as specified (used in combination)
    a rubber-tipped cane
  2. departing or being caused to depart from the true vertical or horizontal
    the leaning tower of Pisa
    the headstones were tilted
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How To Use tipped In A Sentence

  • Paraguay tea, which they call matte, as I mentioned before, is always drunk twice a day: this is brought upon a large silver salver, with four legs raised upon it, to receive a little cup made out of a small calabash or gourd, and tipped with silver. A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume 17 Arranged in Systematic Order: Forming a Complete History of the Origin and Progress of Navigation, Discovery, and Commerce, by Sea and Land, from the Earliest Ages to the Present Time
  • The track, released on Monday, is tipped to be a massive Christmas hit.
  • Morrissey and the Duranies are back in the charts; the 20th anniversary edition of Purple Rain was released last week; and Band Aid are already being tipped as a dead cert for the Christmas number one spot.
  • There were brighter pictures, of early Mexican-Californian life, a pastel of twilight eucalyptus with a sunset-tipped mountain beyond, by Reimers, a moonlight by Peters, and a Griffin stubble-field across which gleamed and smoldered California summer hills of tawny brown and purple-misted, wooded canyons. CHAPTER VIII
  • My favorite load for turkeys is Beman ICS Hunter arrows fletched with Bonning Blazer vanes and tipped with Vortex Pro-Series 100 grain 2.25 broadheads. Which load do you use for turkey
  • Check out the pincushion hakea with its pointy-tipped nuts like fairy bells; the teak pods that open up like wooden flowers, and the large woody pears with slightly furry grey skin that's very soft to the touch.
  • Every behatted head is tipped just so. Times, Sunday Times
  • She didn't feel that way and tipped her gazpacho soup into my lap before leaving.
  • Deputy Premier Phan Van Khai, a key mover of the economic reforms, is tipped as the next PM.
  • Each day, in visibility of over 30 metres, we encounter black and white-tipped reef and grey sharks, large pelagics like dogtoothed tuna and many of the four hundred other species of fish which inhabit these waters.
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