Definition of Tip-top table
1. Noun. A pedestal table whose top is hinged so that it can be tilted to a vertical position.
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Literary usage of Tip-top table
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1. The Home and the Family: An Elementary Textbook of Home Making by Helen Kinne, Anna Maria Cooley (1917)
"The tip-top table loaned by Mrs. Aiken. If you haven'ta cottage to plan, perhaps mother would like to have you remodel her bedroom. ..."
2. Fun for the Million and Business Ads: Written in Verse by Oliver F. Case (1896)
"When Bill Smith married Betsey Brown, She said, " If you're able, Whatever else you buy in town, Buy a tip-top table. 2. " I want with table, too, my dear, ..."
3. The Edison Monthly by New York Edison Company (1921)
"There is no telling what treasures its deep recesses may reveal: —andirons reminiscent of many a winter's night in the Colonies, a graceful tip-top table in ..."
4. Aus dem Stromgebiet des Qyzyl-yrmag(halys).by Hermann von Flottwell by Hermann von Flottwell (1895)
"Utilizing a "tip-top" table, it has complete facilities for both radiography and fluoroscopy, horizontally — yet takes in its stride vertical fluoro- scopic ..."