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tip(Clue), noun advice, aviso, communication, confiiential information, cue, enlightenment, forewarning, guidance, head, hint, indication, inside information, instruction, intimation, key, lead, mention, point, pointer, prenotification, recommendation, report, warning, whisper
tip(Gratuity), noun award, benefaction, bestowment, bonus, compensation, consideration, contribution, donative, gift, guerdon, meed, offering, payment, perquisite, reward
Associated concepts: unreported income
See also: bonus, border, bounty, edge, end, extremity, gratuity, herald, inform, intelligence, news, notify, perquisite, pinnacle, present, recommendation, reward, suggestion, termination
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But Wesley could have gone into the ring considerably heavier than Woodhall who was planning to tip the scales at
around 12 stone.
THIS salmon might only tip the scales at
9lb, but it's believed to be the first of the season off the River Leven.
It's the baking powder that causes many to tip the scales at
more than 600 milligrams per serving.