EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TIP OVER
Phil got his tip over the phone, and in fifteen minutes was at the scene.
The canoe did tip over, and both the chief and his daughter fell into the water.
I says to myself, 'There's a man it would be hard to tip over in a rassle.'
They tip over if you lean on their edges to look at anything that is crawling about inside.
If there is no slipper, why not tip over the work-basket: if there is no policeman, why not steal?
Sit down, or you'll tip over, and then you'll be drowned, and we can't get you.
"I wish you'd go to the back of the room and tip over those two cots," grinned Will.
We could not see where we were going, and it was a wonderful piece of luck that the wagon did not tip over and break our necks.
A third game was in progress, but Todd managed to tip over the board when he was "going to mate in five moves."
"I could beat Soft Wind with the broom, or tip over the stove, or do something equally desperate" she told him.