Definition of Sobrieties

1. sobriety [n] - See also: sobriety



Lexicographical Neighbors of Sobrieties

sobers
sobers up
sobersided
sobersidedness
sobersides
sobful
sobole
soboles
sobolevite
sobolevskite
soboliferous
sobornost
sobornost'
sobralia
sobre-vest
sobrieties
sobriety
sobriquet
sobriquets
sobs
soc
soc.
soca
socage
socager
socagers
socages
socaloin
socas
socca

Literary usage of Sobrieties

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Discourses on Sacramental Occasions by Ichabod Smith Spencer (1864)
"Had these men the sobrieties which belong to the subject, they would soon ... The sobrieties of religion secure a kind and degree of knowledge of truth such ..."

2. A Selected Bibliography and Syllabus of the History of the South, 1584-1876 by Howard Haines Brinton, Roderick Langmere Haig-Brown, Alexander von Humboldt, John Nicol Farquhar, William Kenneth Boyd, John Washington Lockhart, Robert Reid, José López de Bustamante, Robert Preston Brooks, Jonnie (Lockhart) Wallis, Evergreen Press, F (1915)
"Indeed, from her own point of view, the whole propaganda was but a half-serious, half-comic attack on the solemn sobrieties and stupidities of modern ..."

3. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1852)
"The revels of the Walpurgisnacht must now, alas I vanish, and give place to the sobrieties of science — science, which with her touch dissipates one by one ..."

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