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
Igor Larionov’s most enduring final memory of a healthy, vibrant, happy – and maybe a little tipsy – Vladimir Konstantinov is from that Thursday night before, when the Wings had gathered for dinner at Morton’s.
Mikey Day played Prince Harry, Cecily Strong played a tipsy Kate Middleton and Kate McKinnon played Queen Elizabeth.
Bourbon storage unit gets a little... tipsy The Bardstown bourbon storage facility partially collapsed in June, but on Wednesday the whole thing came down.
Another weekend, another batch o' fests to keep the entire city full, happy, tipsy and dancing.
Others, like a group of tipsy Swedes wearing horned helmets, were stealing away some of the demand for pictures.
While tipsy partygoers sway to thumping dance music at the bars along Water Street in downtown Worcester, a more relaxed crowd assembles across the street at The Summit Lounge, a private club for smoking marijuana.
One of the earliest attempts to estimate the number of genes in the human genome involved tipsy geneticists, a bar in Cold Spring Harbor, New York, and pure guesswork.
Faux pas may be best avoided by staying on just the right side of tipsy.
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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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