adjective un·sober \"+\

Definition of unsober

  1. :  not sober: such as a obsolete :  marked by extremes :  immoderate, excessive b :  not serious or sober-minded :  undisciplined in conduct or thought an unsober, temperamental person c :  given to drinking :  intoxicated comes often unsober from the taproom


\"+\ adverb

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Origin and Etymology of unsober

Middle English unsober, unsobre, from 1un- + sober, sobre sober

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to cast off or become cast off

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