tipsily


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tip·sy

 (tĭp′sē)
adj. tip·si·er, tip·si·est
1. Slightly intoxicated.
2. Unsteady or crooked.

[From tip.]

tip′si·ly adv.
tip′si·ness n.
Translations
بِسُكْرٍ قَليل، ثَمِلاً
podnapile
bedugget
becsípve
eins og undir áhrifum
podnapito
sarhoşça

tipsily

[ˈtɪpsɪlɪ] ADVcomo borracho
to walk tipsilyandar con pasos de borracho

tipsily

advbeschwipst, angesäuselt (inf)

tipsy

(ˈtipsi) adjective
slightly drunk.
ˈtipsily adverb
ˈtipsiness noun
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I thought this a great game, and I, too, began to stagger tipsily.
He is raving," Razumihin cried tipsily, "or how would he dare
Those conversations you have in pubs, when you're tipsily pointing to different parts of your body and lifting your trouser legs, are a surefire shortcut to getting to the essence of someone.
MANY of us will have engaged in barroom conversations where we tipsily discuss the relative merits of Newcastle United players of yesteryear.
At one point PM William Gladstone was concerned she might be consuming too much alcohol when she started tipsily writing notes in crayon on state papers.
At one point, PM William Gladstone was concerned she might be consuming too much when she started tipsily writing notes in crayon on state papers.
After months of paparazzi shots of her rowing with her toyboy lover in the street, or teetering tipsily out of restaurants, it was also a joy to see Kate Moss back to her model best tearing up the red carpet in a bright orange vintage number from Halston.
30am when I arrive tipsily back in my room to discover six bluebacked crabs on my tiled floor.
The gravity with which the director portrays the murder-suicide in the forest at Kleiner Wannsee--again, contrary to historical account, which suggests that Kleist and Vogel were tipsily cheerful in their self-willed deaths--alludes to the denouement of another tale of suicide, Bresson's Le diable probablement (1977).
Written and performed with little visible irony --but sure to be enjoyed with considerably more by a certain knowing sector of genre fiends--"The Pyramid" should unearth OK returns as a tipsily tacky alternative to the glut of higher-minded December fare.
Also one of them brings a Jersey girl, who dances tipsily.
His best work of late is analysis of the increasing domination of political journalism by data-obsessed wonks: "In the wonkocracy, your human being is little more than a wisp of poetry, something that might be nice to whisper about tipsily over a plate of sea urchin foam, but something no professional would try to make room for in their work on policy.