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  • adj. comparative form of tipsy: more tipsy


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  • I sipped the words like an elixer, getting tipsier and tipsier.

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  • I played with it for years, but I could never quite get it to cohere until one night lying in the dark in the wee hours of the morning, it came to me that the problem was the ABA rhyme scheme, that the speaker needed the exuberance of a faster, tipsier, happier AABB rhyme.

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  • And if I'd been just a little less certain of myself, or on two of the occasions a little tipsier than I was, then I might not have pushed them away when they did, and I would have been raped.

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  • Be forewarned that the barbeques are a little tipsier than they look, as our 1-year-old discovered.

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  • I think that things took a turn for the tipsier when Timmy encouraged beer-chugging races.

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  • The servants are growing tipsier downstairs, but the more afraid of the chief functionary every time he appears, frozen into sobriety by his glance.

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  • The butler could do that, or the parlour-maid, if the former happened to be tipsier than usual.

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  • Hottentots are not, as it is said, thought well of -- being even tipsier than the rest; but I may see a full-blood one, and even a true Bosjesman, which is worth a couple of hours 'drive; and the place is said to be beautiful.

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  • The writer begins by trying to relate political movements to booze and gets tipsier as he goes along ...

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  • But as I got tipsier, I realized that this guy liked Susie just fine but thought I was an asshole.

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