tipsy


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tiddly

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slightly intoxicated

unstable and prone to tip as if intoxicated

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Baisemeaux, make me tipsy to-night; let us have a merry time of it as of old, and if I have a trouble at the bottom of my heart, I promise you, you shall see it as you would a diamond at the bottom of your glass.
Pierre drank one glass after another, looking from under his brows at the tipsy guests who were again crowding round the window, and listening to their chatter.
Their hosts were surprised, explained where and why they had missed their way, said who the tipsy people they had met were, and told them how they ought to go.
Very infrequent tipsy men, swollen with the value of their opinions, engaged their companions in earnest and confidential conversation.
Obedient to more anticipatory bars, she reappeared amidst the half-suppressed cheering of the tipsy men.
I had a nice time coming, and no trouble, except the tipsy coachman; but Tom got out and kept him in order, so I was n't much frightened," answered innocent Polly, taking off her rough-and-ready coat, and the plain hat without a bit of a feather.
The tipsy antics of the lads had led a majority of the soberer-minded lassies to compel a departure.
He was by this time just sober enough to do his work, and just tipsy enough to take a spiteful pleasure in persecuting his wife.
I either behold a fata morgana, or I am regularly tipsy," whimpered out the Councillor.
But Maclean had taken his share of the punch, and vowed that no gentleman should leave his table after the bowl was brewed; so there was nothing for it but to sit and hear Jacobite toasts and Gaelic songs, till all were tipsy and staggered off to the bed or the barn for their night's rest.
This pleasant rivalry put us at once upon friendly terms; and I sat up and drank punch with him (or to be more correct, sat up and watched him drink it), until he was so tipsy that he wept upon my shoulder.
Sir Pitt is always tipsy, every night; and, I believe, sits with Horrocks, the butler.
Of course, from the point of view of Prokofy, seeing him in a torn cloak and tipsy, he's a despicable person.
said the man, with tipsy gravity; 'that won't do, you know.
Tipsy Elves, a holiday-themed apparel company is the sole sponsor of this adventure, and is excited about this opportunity to work together on this record-breaking journey.