Definition of Tipsiness

1. Noun. A temporary state resulting from excessive consumption of alcohol.

Exact synonyms: Drunkenness, Inebriation, Inebriety, Insobriety, Intoxication
Generic synonyms: Temporary State
Specialized synonyms: Grogginess, Sottishness
Derivative terms: Drunken, Inebriate, Inebriate, Intoxicate, Intoxicate, Tipsy
Antonyms: Soberness



Definition of Tipsiness

1. n. The state of being tipsy.

Definition of Tipsiness

1. Noun. The property of being tipsy. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Tipsiness

1. [n -ES]

Tipsiness Pictures

Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Tipsiness Images

Lexicographical Neighbors of Tipsiness

tippytoes
tipranavir
tipranavir disodium
tiprenolol hydrochloride
tiprosilant
tips
tipsheet
tipsheets
tipsier
tipsiest
tipsified
tipsifies
tipsify
tipsifying
tipsily
tipsiness (current term)
tipsinesses
tipstaff
tipstaffs
tipstaves
tipster
tipsters
tipstock
tipstocks
tipsy
tipsy cake
tipt
tiptoe
tiptoe around
tiptoed

Literary usage of Tipsiness

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

1. A dictionary of the German terms used in medicine by George Rogers Cutter (1879)
"slight degree of intoxication, tipsiness. Rauschen, vn (aux. haben &• sein) to intoxicate; to murmur. Rauschig, a., intoxicated, inebriated ; rushing, ..."

2. The Oxford Book of American Essays by Brander Matthews (1914)
"The gradual action of the wine upon Don Annibal, the delicacy with which his deepening tipsiness was indicated, its intellectual rather than physical ..."

3. Four Centuries of English Letters: Selections from the Correspondence of One by William Baptiste Scoones (1880)
"... but because tipsiness has, and has always, one unpleasant effect — that of making me talk very extravagantly ; and as, when sober, I talk extravagantly ..."

4. Four Centuries of English Letters: Selections from the Correspondence of One by William Baptiste Scoones (1880)
"... but becau-i tipsiness has, and has always, one unpleasant effect—that of making me talk very extravagantly ; and as, when sober, I talk extravagantly ..."

5. Four Centuries of English Letters: Selections from the Correspondence of One by William Baptiste Scoones (1893)
"... but because tipsiness has, and has always, one unpleasant effect—that of making me talk very extravagantly; and as, when sober, I talk extravagantly ..."

6. Selected English Letters by Claude Moore Fuess (1914)
"... but because tipsiness has, and has always, one unpleasant effect — that of making me talk very extravagantly ; and as, when sober, I talk extravagantly ..."

7. William Godwin: His Friends and Contemporaries by Charles Kegan Paul (1876)
"... but because tipsiness has, and has always, one unpleasant effect—that of making me talk very extravagantly; and as, when sober, I talk extravagantly ..."

Other Resources Relating to: Tipsiness

Search for Tipsiness on Dictionary.com!Search for Tipsiness on Thesaurus.com!Search for Tipsiness on Google!Search for Tipsiness on Wikipedia!

Search