As neither of them said “No," he opened the will, and found that the old lady had left all the accumulated scrapings of a long life of industry to her son William, to aid his “great abilities" in promoting the honour of the family. [. . .] “That'll do, Smugs," said Bill, and then turning to his brothers, he observed. “Just the tippy, for I was cleaned out. [. . .]"
A tippy racing shell; a tippy card table.
The wig's the thing, the wig, the wig, / Be of the ton a natty sprig, / The thing, the tippy and the twig, / Nor heed who are the truly wise, / For after all, in vulgar eyes, / The wisdom's in the wig.
Rent! you boor!"”That, for Sir Hubert!"”[Snapping his Fingers.] Ah! Nabob's servants be the tippy"”Every thing be done by them so genteely.