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
Before getting into the story, a tipsy Taka enters with a full beer.
Fluorescent lights illuminate every corner of the grand hall, with arched ceilings and a tipsy pianist permanently installed in the center of the room.
These are the tipsiest towns in the nation, according to market share. 1.
One of the best ways to escape Houston's torturous heat is by staying indoors— and getting a little tipsy.
Here's a picture of three tipsy Mid-City sailors in a canoe, under the afternoon sun.
However, in a moment of rage or tipsy anger, the past hurts can bubble up again, showing that things are really not resolved.
Each of Monty’s D’Ysquith victims — including a tipsy clergyman, a rake, a gay beekeeper, an obtuse and meddlesome do-gooder and a frightfully bad actor — are played by James Taylor Odom, tackling the role made famous on Broadway by Jefferson Mays.
Not just tipsy, like on the ground rolling around drunk.
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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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