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Tippett

[ tip-it ]
/ ˈtɪp ɪt /
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noun
Sir Michael (Kemp), 1905–98, British composer.
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How to use Tippett in a sentence

  • Later in the day we passed Tippett's ranch and learned that its owner travels thirty-six miles for his mail and supplies.

  • But Mrs. Tippett moved him firmly to Brighton, where, in the course of time, she toned him down.

    Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton

British Dictionary definitions for Tippett

Tippett
/ (ˈtɪpɪt) /

noun
Sir Michael. 1905–98, English composer, whose works include the oratorio A Child of Our Time (1941) and the operas The Midsummer Marriage (1952), King Priam (1961), The Knot Garden (1970), The Ice Break (1976), and New Year (1989)
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