Definition of tippy
: liable to tip a tippy boat
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Up at the tippy-top of the Tiguan range, the value proposition looks more questionable, as a Tiguan SEL Premium 4MOTION with the R-Line package and a third row seat rings in at more than $40,000—quite a sum for a compact crossover.
In an alley off U Street NW, Aniekan Udofia stood on his tippy toes on a ladder and smudged the coloring under Michelle Obama’s eyes with the tip of his brush.
One often sees whole fields of golden flowers in the springtime, the tippy tops of wild mustard.
It's been growing for several decades, with the wages of working stiffs stagnating, productivity remaining high, and the folks at the tippy top — CEOs and the like — making more and more and more.
But the hotel’s gym, at the tippy-top of the 36th floor, gives enough height to see a cross-section of the city with glimpses of Central Park and even the Hudson River in the distance.
Stock household supplies such as paper goods at the tippy top, along with tempting junk food (out of sight, out of mind, right?).
Simon Spurr stood on his tippy toes to fetch a shoe box from a wardrobe in his West Village apartment.
An egg balanced on a broom on top of a flea’s tippy top hair!
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