half-seas over[ haf-seez, hahf- ]SEE DEFINITION OF half-seas over
Synonyms for half-seas over
- drunk as a skunk
- in one's cups
- three sheets to the wind
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HALF-SEAS OVER
Last night I was half-seas over, and tolerably happy; this morning I am high and dry, and intolerably miserable.
Between the still labors of a divine imagination, and the uproarious riot of a public feed when half-seas over?
Peyrade wished to pass for a tippling Englishman; he never went out till he was half-seas over.
The two men summoned managed to get up the side, though it was very evident that they were half-seas over.
Garibaldi replied that he had already been half-seas over, but would not object to another cruise.
Some timber cutters and teamsters were in town (one pub and the station), and most of them were half-seas over.