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Words nearby tipoff
Definition for tipoff (2 of 2)
Origin of tip-off
Example sentences from the Web for tipoff
Now a senior Iraqi official tells The Daily Beast that in fact there was no Libyan tipoff.
The tipoff on Tuesday was the venue for the press conference.
W R wouldnt part with half a C for a tipoff on the Secondcoming.Greener Than You Think|Ward Moore
British Dictionary definitions for tipoff
verb tip off
Idioms and Phrases with tipoff
Supply with secret or private information; also, warn or alert. For example, The broker often tipped her off about stocks about to go down in price, or Somehow they were tipped off and left the country before the police could catch them. [Colloquial; late 1800s]