Definition of 'tipple'
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If he has a favourite tipple it's vintage champagne. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But including a bottle of my favourite tipple in my make-up kit is a new one on me. The Sun (2016)What could be better than relaxing on board, sipping your favourite tipple and watching the world float by? The Sun (2016)The newly refurbished resort has launched a personalised wellness itinerary that includes treatments, activities, yoga and the odd cheeky tipple. Times, Sunday Times (2017)They were also good company and liked a tipple at the end of a full working day. The Sun (2006)Do you enjoy a festive tipple or three? The Sun (2015)The favourite tipple for women is white wine. The Sun (2009)Most regular investors enjoy a tipple or two. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The doc will make any pregnant woman think twice before indulging in the odd tipple. The Sun (2015)The difference is those that do like a tipple are hitting the bottle harder. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Just another potential tax rise for workers who like a tipple. The Sun (2010)Good news for those who like a tipple in the tulips. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Guy is in the middle of setting up his own whisky brand after becoming obsessed with finding the perfect tipple too. The Sun (2008)If you like the odd tipple you might also like to take the opportunity to learn how to make your own. Life Without Work (1994)Do you have a favourite tipple? Times, Sunday Times (2007)We enjoy the odd tipple and always have a glass of wine when we meet up for a bit of a do. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This tipple is perfect alongside red meat if you don't fancy turkey this year. The Sun (2008)For us, the fruity festive tipple is one of the best things about the big day. The Sun (2013)Now, her favourite tipple is miso soup. The Sun (2010)With a little self-control you can still indulge in the odd tipple. The Sun (2011)Does he like a tipple, for example? Times, Sunday Times (2012)It's the perfect toasting tipple. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Is that your favourite tipple? Times, Sunday Times (2007)I go to a lot of openings and have a drink - champagne is my favourite tipple. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You're middle aged and middle class and you like a tipple: good on you. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Guy, right, is setting up his own whisky brand after becoming obsessed with finding the perfect tipple. The Sun (2008)To clarify, I dare to ask if that involved just a tipple or two before the show. The Sun (2013)
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