"Yes, you have; you know you have," added the tippler, demonstrating with a clinched fist towards her.
The tippler was sober, because he had neither rum nor money.
They can no more keep their hands off a beloved book than the tippler from the bottle before him.
Mike was getting to be quite a tippler, and he said, "Let's have a drink."
As the tippler could not obtain the liquor for a spree, he had become sober.
But Lincoln was hopelessly inefficient behind the counter, and Berry was a tippler.
tippler was a brave and kind–hearted man; but he thought of his wife and children, and leaped into the boat.
One uses tobacco, as the tippler does his rum, as an antidote against a damp atmosphere.
I never gave nor sold a glass of whiskey to a tippler in my life.
Bring your little dog for a run, to rout up some rabbits or monkeys for tippler.
A relatively restrained drinker of alcohol
[1580+; orig a tavernkeeper]