Tipsily
Tipsily \Tip"si*ly\, adv. In a tipsy manner; like one tipsy. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • tipsily — ˈtipsə̇lē, li adverb : in a tipsy manner : unsteadily tipsily mutable, his mood changed … from hilarious to profoundly gloomy Aldous Huxley the whole structure leaned tipsily to the left D.S.Mullen …   Useful english dictionary

  • tipsily — tipsy ► ADJECTIVE (tipsier, tipsiest) ▪ slightly drunk. DERIVATIVES tipsily adverb tipsiness noun. ORIGIN from TIP(Cf. ↑tipped) …   English terms dictionary

  • tipsily — adverb see tipsy …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • tipsily — See tipsy. * * * …   Universalium

  • tipsily — adverb In a tipsy manner …   Wiktionary

  • tipsily — adv. in a manner unsteady from intoxication, staggeringly, drunkenly …   English contemporary dictionary

  • tipsily — tip·si·ly …   English syllables

  • tipsy — tipsily, adv. tipsiness, n. /tip see/, adj., tipsier, tipsiest. 1. slightly intoxicated or drunk. 2. characterized by or due to intoxication: a tipsy lurch. 3. tipping, unsteady, or tilted, as if from intoxication. [1570 80; TIP2 or obs. tip… …   Universalium

  • tipsy — adjective (tipsier; est) Etymology: 1tip + sy (as in tricksy) Date: 1577 1. unsteady, staggering, or foolish from the effects of liquor ; fuddled 2. unsteady, askew < a tipsy angle > • tipsily …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • The Morning After (1974 film) — The Morning After was a 1974 ABC made for television movie starring Dick Van Dyke and Lynn Carlin. It was based on the best selling novel by Richard Wiener. Van Dyke played a successful public relations writer who has a serious drinking problem… …   Wikipedia

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