unsober

unsober

(ʌnˈsəʊbə)
adj
not sober
vb (tr)
to make unregulated or unrefined in manners
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sober ensober V 1651 1651 CAUSATIVE sober V 1797 - CAUSATIVE sobered Adj V 1820 - PROCESS soberer N sobering Adj sobering N unsober V soberize V 1707 - CAUSATIVE soberized Adj soberizing Adj V 1831 1831 PROCESS Base Attested Sem.cat.
I was extremely unsober for many years before that.
Due too to Denis Unwise Unsober No manager, and nearing October.
(The Folio colludes in this: Orsino is called "duke" in stage directions and speech headings and during two scenes of the first act but is elsewhere called "count.") The production's palette lightened as the play approached its final couplings, but the combination of sober dress and unsober antics lent a dingy squalor to Illyria.