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This English term is a hot word. Its inclusion on Wiktionary is provisional.
- (neologism) The phenomenon of tipping becoming both increasingly widespread and expensive (in terms of acceptable percentage) in society.
- 2022 October 12, Sara Santora, “Internet Slams Hotel For 'Automatically' Adding 'Optional' Tip to Bill”, in Newsweek, archived from the original on 2022-11-08:
- And one customer sparked a viral discussion about "tipflation" when they shared a photo of a restaurant bill with a minimum tip amount of 25 percent.
- 2022 December 18, Jonathan Kahane, “Guest columnist Jonathan Kahane: Reaching the tipping point”, in Daily Hampshire Gazette, archived from the original on 2022-12-20:
- Here are a few examples of "tipflation" which I have encountered. Some are on the tip of my tongue, and hopefully they will materialize shortly.