verb (used without object), tip·pled, tip·pling.
verb (used with object), tip·pled, tip·pling.
Origin of tipple1
Related formsun·tip·pled, adjective
Definition for tipple (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for tipple
"Oh, you put your tipple away up your sleeves, so as to drink on the sly," they said.The Lives of the Saints, Volume III (of 16): March|Sabine Baring-Gould
A tipple near the drift mouth of the mine belched coal and coal dust day after day.Blue Ridge Country|Jean Thomas
"There's worse places," murmured Dalton, who drank in national flattery as the pleasantest "tipple" after personal.The Daltons, Volume II (of II)|Charles James Lever
He had continued to tipple until night, when he retired in a fuddled state to rest.The Lively Poll|R.M. Ballantyne
Why, we cannot even choose our own tipple on such occasions.A Little Garrison|Fritz von der Kyrburg