- tippett, sir michael,
- tipping point,
- tippoo sahib,
Origin of tippler1
Origin of tippler2
Examples from the Web for tippler
"Yes, you have; you know you have," added the tippler, demonstrating with a clinched fist towards her.
As the tippler could not obtain the liquor for a spree, he had become sober.
Of these two, one was known as “Tippler,” the other as “Tiger Tom.”Records of Woodhall Spa and Neighbourhood|J. Conway Walter
The tippler was sober, because he had neither rum nor money.
Bring your little dog for a run, to rout up some rabbits or monkeys for Tippler.Cradock Nowell, Vol. 3 (of 3)|Richard Doddridge Blackmore
noun (sometimes capital)
Word Origin for tippler
late 14c., "seller of alcoholic liquors," agent noun from tipple. In the sense of "habitual drinker" it dates from 1570s.