Definition of Sobrieties
1. sobriety [n] - See also: sobriety
Lexicographical Neighbors of Sobrieties
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 ..."