You couldn't just tip a little more into this glass?
If I'd pulled quickly someone would have been tipped into the fire.
Sometimes, it seems, so many people want to move here that the whole state of California might tip into the sea.
I said and tipped a bit into each of our glasses.
"And when this country gets too full of people it will tip into the ocean."
Giving it up too soon could tip you back into depression.
He went back to the kitchen and tipped some milk into a cup.
Drain well once more and then tip into a bowl.
No one really knows, for example, whether it would take a $5-a-barrel or a $10-a-barrel price increase to tip the economy into recession.
They say the sales helped tip the country into turmoil.