Definitions

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  • verb To leave a tip that is too small

Etymologies

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under- +‎ tip

Examples

  • : Sometimes I blow the math and inadvertently undertip.

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  • He would undertip bellboys and ask agents for cash to buy newspapers; where golf caddies usually got a $25 tip, "Ford tipped a dollar, if at all."

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  • That is a true story, I GURANTEE YOU if you ever worked as a waiter or a waitress you will NEVER undertip at a restaurant ever again.

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  • African-American passengers are just as likely as white passengers to undertip black drivers, and minorities in general appear to be terrible tippers.

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  • African-American passengers are just as likely as white passengers to undertip black drivers, and minorities in general appear to be terrible tippers.

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  • He could win twenty-two pounds from two countesses and a duke at bridge and crow delightedly; he could also undertip a bootblack in Algiers and refuse to rectify his error, saying, of all things, “I will not be a party to debasing the currency.”

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  • He could win twenty-two pounds from two countesses and a duke at bridge and crow delightedly; he could also undertip a bootblack in Algiers and refuse to rectify his error, saying, of all things, “I will not be a party to debasing the currency.”

    The Worldly Philosophers

  • While overtipping isn't recommended, choosing to undertip after receiveing competent service says a lot about your character.

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