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tipsy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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tipsytip‧sy /ˈtɪpsi/ adjective informal 🔊 🔊 MIDRUNKslightly drunktipsily adverbtipsiness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
tipsyAfter the second glass of wine I was feeling a little tipsy.Reason I ask, Mr Rasmussen says you seemed a wee bit tipsy.We went out to dinner, got a little tipsy, and ended up at my place.In the play s celebrated central act they get riotously tipsy as they await the nocturnal arrival of the Gallic Romeo.Vampire hunters need to be a little bit tipsy, he said.No need to worry about getting tipsy, however.She wasn't tipsy, just a little high, probably running a fever.Dave, garrulous, a bit tipsy, was a natural raconteur.
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