- a person or thing that tips: The waiters liked him for being a big tipper.
Origin of tipper
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Examples from the Web for tipper
Elizabeth Dole and Tipper Gore would both have been married to former presidents; they were both well-liked.Does the Spouse Bump Exist? History Suggests First Ladies Don’t Often Tilt Elections
April 15, 2012
As Sandra Kobrin wrote on Women's eNews, women have reached "The Tipper Point."The End of Male Privilege: Women Fed Up With Bad Behavior
May 23, 2011
We constantly ask ourselves in the writers' room: Will she end up like Hillary or Tipper?
More crassly, why are Bill and Hillary together while Al and Tipper have separated?
Tipper launched her family-values crusade with her own perfect family smiling at her back.The Way They Were
The Daily Beast
June 9, 2010
Game and Tipper muffed the jump, and it was left to the other three.
“And to think that he ever got stuck in the first eleven,” said Tipper.
There was plenty of life in this tipper story of the earth jungle.The Boy Aviators in Africa
We may assume that a Setter and a Tipper did setting and tipping, and both are said to have been concerned in the arrow industry.The Romance of Names
If they draws the Brighton Tipper here, I takes that ale at night, my love; it bein considered wakeful by the doctors.Dickensian Inns & Taverns
B. W. (Bertram Waldrom) Matz
- a person who gives or leaves a tiphe is a generous tipper
- short for tipper truck
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