tip|pler

tip|pler
tip|pler1 «TIHP luhr», noun.
a habitual drinker of alcoholic liquor.
tip|pler2 «TIHP luhr», noun.
1. a person or thing that tips over.
2. a mechanism for tipping and emptying; tipple.
3. a kind of tumbler pigeon.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • pler — cou·pler; cou·pler·ess; crip·pler; crum·pler; grap·pler; peo·pler; pler·er·gate; rip·pler; sar·pler; scru·pler; stip·pler; tip·pler; tri·pler; sam·pler; sta·pler; scrap·pler; …   English syllables

  • tip — an·tip·a·thist; an·tip·a·thy; an·tip·o·dal·ly; a·tip·toe; fe·tip·a·rous; mul·tip·a·ra; mul·tip·a·rous; mul·tip·o·tent; sex·tip·a·ra; tip; tip·ful; tip·i·ti; tip·less; tip·man; tip·pa·ble; tip·pee; tip·per; tip·pe·rary; tip·pet; tip·pler; tip·ply; …   English syllables

  • tippler — tip·pler …   English syllables

  • tippler — tip|pler [ˈtıplə US ər] n [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: tippler seller of alcoholic drink (14 17 centuries)] informal especially BrE someone who drinks alcohol …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • tippler — tip|pler [ tıplər ] noun count INFORMAL someone who regularly drinks alcohol …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • tipple — I tip•ple [[t]ˈtɪp əl[/t]] v. pled, pling, n. 1) to drink liquor, esp. to excess 2) to drink (liquor), esp. repeatedly and in small quantities 3) liquor; alcohol • Etymology: 1490–1500; back formation from ME tipeler tapster, bartender =tipel tap …   From formal English to slang

  • Tippler — Tip pler, n. 1. One who keeps a tippling house. [Obs.] Latimer. [1913 Webster] 2. One who habitually indulges in the excessive use of spirituous liquors, whether he becomes intoxicated or not. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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