tip

All Noun Verb
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  • At the southern tip of the island is a public beach access area.
  • The entire boat then tipped to the left and just kept right on going.
  • The upper parts of the body are dark brown with light golden brown tips.
  • The island is approximately eight miles in length and tipped up towards the west.
  • The second dance part of a square dance tip is a singing call.
  • They are born with brown hair that turns white from the tips up.
  • Only the addition of significant new forces on one side or the other seemed likely to tip the scale.
  • It may take several weeks to find one's individual tipping point.
  • They wanted money; and he would do the tipping for her if she liked. Cited from Christopher and Columbus, by Countess Elizabeth Von Arnim
  • Its tail is long and broad; square-tipped and about half its total length.
  • He also had a number of other jobs and played music for tips.
  • These tips can be left at any place on the bar.
  • He lost control of the plane, and the tip of the right wing hit the ground.
  • Much later a telegraph station was built on the north-eastern tip of the island.
  • The tail has a black tip and is long, while the ears can be between long.
  • The eyes open after five to six weeks, with the black tail-tip appearing a week later.
  • Compared to the other members of its genus, the white-tipped tail is quite long.
  • The walls of the hotel office appeared to be tipping toward him. Cited from Blacksheep! Blacksheep!, by Meredith Nicholson
  • Its legs are red and its bill is red, tipped with black.
  • This was constructed at the north-eastern tip of the island and at the opposite end from the magazine.
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Meaning of tip

  • noun The extreme end of something; especially something pointed
  • noun An indication of potential opportunity
    he got a tip on the stock market, a good lead for a job
  • verb Cause to tilt
    tip the screen upward
  • verb Mark with a tip
    tip the arrow with the small stone
  • verb Give a tip or gratuity to in return for a service, beyond the compensation agreed on
    Remember to tip the waiter, fee the steward
  • verb Remove the tip from
    tip artichokes