Definition of Tipsier

1. Adjective. (comparative of tipsy) ¹



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Definition of Tipsier

1. tipsy [adj] - See also: tipsy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tipsier

tipples
tippling
tipplings
tippy
tippytoe
tippytoed
tippytoeing
tippytoes
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tipranavir disodium
tiprenolol hydrochloride
tiprosilant
tips
tipsheet
tipsheets
tipsier (current term)
tipsiest
tipsified
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tipsify
tipsifying
tipsily
tipsiness
tipsinesses
tipstaff
tipstaffs
tipstaves
tipster
tipsters
tipstock

Literary usage of Tipsier

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1. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1880)
"And sae, my lord," — as he became tipsier he turned more frequently to the court, which he fancied he was addressing, — "being arrived at Vo- ..."

2. The Stones of Paris in History and Letters by Benjamin Ellis Martin, Charlotte M. Martin (1899)
"... Chapelle found the lecture dry, and would listen to it only over a bottle or two, it was Boileau who came out of the cabaret the tipsier of the pair. ..."

3. The Art of the Moving Picture by Vachel Lindsay (1915)
"The servants are growing tipsier downstairs, but the more afraid of the chief functionary every time he appears, frozen into sobriety by his glance. ..."

4. Friendship's Offering by John Sartain, Lewis and Sampson, Phillips & Sampson, Phillips, Sampson & Company, E.H. Butler & Co (1854)
"... got tipsier than ever in honor of his success, and toasted the Widow Knight so often and so heartily in her own home-brewed, that it's odds but he ..."

5. The Stones of Paris in History and Letters by Benjamin Ellis Martin, Charlotte M. Martin (1906)
"... Chapelle found the lecture dry, and would listen to it only over a bottle or two, it was Boileau who came out of the cabaret the tipsier of the pair. ..."

6. Old Seaport Towns of the South by Mildred Cram (1917)
"... often in the presence of the exquisite Monsieur Tissier, the Beau Brummel of New Orleans. For a long time, the story goes, Monsieur tipsier had endured ..."

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