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  • n. Plural form of tipple.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of tipple.


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  • The volume of liquor Diageo sold in North America stayed flat, suggesting much of its growth was derived from sticker-price increases or drinkers trading up to more expensive tipples.

    Diageo's Spirits Brighten in U.S.

  • It kicks off at 8 with a reception of light snacks and updated versions of various retro tipples (think Manhattans, Stingers, even the tiki-ish Donga Punch).

    Nightlife Agenda

  • Who needs boring old lager when you can have rosemary ale, damson vodka, birch sap wine – or whatever tipples your fancy?

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  • Then onto grungiest nearby pub for after dinner tipples.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Confirming date, venues, and kick off time.

  • "The idea is to get everyone fed who is in with our crowd, have a few tiny tipples and get back home."

    Thousands flee as Australian floodwaters swamp Brisbane

  •           On the bridal dais, a guest taps a spoon against a glass; the other guests pick up the signal, and tap their glasses until the tinging reaches a crescendo and is extinguished by a kiss from the newly minted Mr. and Mrs.  A breeze faints against the back of my legs, and tipples the hem of my dress.

    What Remains II

  • Meanwhile fourth-quarter sales of its top 14 brands rose 6%, raising hopes drinkers are trading back up to pricier tipples.

    A Hiccup in Pernod's Recovery

  • But while its full-year results vindicated its strategy of focusing on premium brands, confounding fears that drinkers would trade down to cheaper tipples during the recession, investors will discern the odd imperfection, including slower-than-expected progress on debt reduction, weak links among its top brands, and too much exposure to Europe's sluggish economies.

    Purifying Pernod Ricard

  • In the tiny hamlet of Eskdale, past one of the ubiquitous coal tipples, on a battered and potholed track, lie a series of ramshackle houses.

    Mine Explosion Leaves Coal Town Stunned

  • If there were cows involved, I might have become a Tipping Brother well before I became one who tipples.

    Greg Boose: An Interview With the Tippling Bros., Master Mixologists Behind Chicago's Mercadito and Double A


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