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untipped

(ʌnˈtɪpt)
adj
1. not tipped; not having a tip or point
2. (Commerce) not tipped; not given a tip
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.untipped - not provided with a special tipuntipped - not provided with a special tip; "untipped cigarettes"
tipped - having a tip; or having a tip as specified (used in combination); "a rubber-tipped cane"
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At the end of it he would take us into his room off the gym and give us beer and cigarettes - bottles of Mackeson's and Senior Service untipped.
81) His usual lifestyle was often stressful and unhealthy (he was a heavy smoker of untipped cigarettes).
Devastating personal news; Razldazl Jayfkay, whom I felt was a penalty kick to win the Derby, knocked out; and then Cloheena Cash, who I'd tipped on Saturday at 25-1 (finished second) to land a third-round heat, returning just three nights later to take his quarter-final at 14-1, untipped.
Behind it were meat and potato pies soaked in mud-brown gravy, coughs, the smoke from untipped cigarettes, footballers clipping their trousers before bicycling to the ground, shuddering buses and singing trams, webfaced wirelesses, the wobbling arms of barmaids pulling pints into beer mugs to be laid on wrought-iron tables by the fans - who have just piled into the pub, eager to dissect that afternoon's match.
Well, I was brought up in a house where both my parents smoked and in those days the cigarettes were untipped, full strength.
John Middleton introduced Black & Mild mild cigars and Black & Mild untipped cigars to complement the original Black & Mild cigar, its top-selling item.
Among many others, I would like to quote three examples, a particularly potent and daring metaphor, that of the men in "Rural Foreplay" who "suck like thirsty calves on untipped cigarettes"; a fine alliteration, "a small dose of affection flutters free"; and one of several splendid compounds, where long paraphrases would otherwise be needed, "he's being buried in Mount Jerome," used about the reading of an obituary, in which the present tense and the progressive aspect combine to evoke the painful feeling of loss at the demise of someone once well-known, which can only be past.
After measuring hundreds of tipped (more branched) and untipped (less branched) plants, Room is analysing the data and preparing to simulate the interactions between pest damage and plant growth.
Untipped Players cigarettes were a match-winning bonus.
7% as the brand continued to benefit from new products that were introduced in 2011, including Black & Mild Classic, Sweets and Wine untipped cigarillo varieties.