- v. Simple past tense and past participle of tip.
- adj. departing or being caused to depart from the true vertical or horizontal
- adj. having a tip; or having a tip as specified (used in combination)
“THNTS enthusiast Robin tipped me off on this absolutely amazing website called People of Walmart.”
“The words were always there, piled high in the memory like firewood, tipped from the pages of many a good book.”
“I load Sierra 1455s (acetyl resin tipped, 55grain boat-tails) on top of IMR - 4895.”
“Poor littel tyke fell down,. (as in tipped right over) trying to recocile right hand orientation and left eye dominace,.”
“It is an acetyl resin tipped, boat tail, and works very well for me.”
“Adding another line to his remarkable resume, Colorado's 38-year-old captain tipped in a rebound for the winner 11: 11 into overtime and sent the Avalanche past the Minnesota Wild 3-2 on Wednesday night in the first game of this first-round series.”
“The Canadiens replied 17 seconds later when Begin tipped Roman Hamrlik's wrist shot from the point through MacDonald's legs at 7: 11.”
“Henrik Sedin tipped in an attempt by Kevin Bieksa at 1: 38 of the second, Vancouver's third-power play goal of the game.”
“Maybe the cops we called tipped them off, Marc said.”
“Kaberle fired a hard shot from the point past Jeff Drouin-Deslauriers, and Toronto made it 2-1 less than 2 minutes later when Kulemin tipped in Kaberle's shot.”
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