Examples of tipsy in a Sentence
I got a little tipsy at the party last night.
our uncle had too much to drink and was a little tipsy
Recent Examples of tipsy from the Web
Watching Green Flash this past week has been like watching a tipsy fellow fall down a staircase — the hits keep coming and the damage gets worse and worse.
Snooki is perpetually and jubilantly tipsy, Ronnie is sour and reserved, and Vinny is the guido superego.
In one early scene, the nervous, tipsy members of the Central Committee vie to make Stalin laugh, whatever the cost to their dignity.
Attendees can try lots of versions of classic brunch food, score a swag bag, get a little tipsy and post cute pictures to their social media accounts.
Like, lots of it: The Chicago Beer Festival, on March 3, brings more than 70 breweries to the Field Museum for a night of tasting and tipsy museum touring.
My heart grew tipsy in me,’ puts a smile on my face.
And, oh yes, footage of Kris Jenner getting super tipsy and singing karaoke—which Khloé Kardashian captured (sorry, Kaptured) and posted on Insta Stories.
Your family vacation fuel-up is a soon-to-be-tipsy stumble beyond the Happiest Place on Earth.
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TIPSY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tipsy for English Language Learners
: unsteady or foolish from drinking : slightly drunk
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