insobriety

[ in-suh-brahy-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF insobriety
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That also is a mode, we need not say of intoxication, but of insobriety.

The tendency to ‘coppers’ in training is no proof of insobriety.

The actor grew moody, splenetic, and gave way to insobriety.

Insobriety was the normal condition of Fewson after school hours.

The reader will observe that this dissipation, six weeks of insobriety, is alleged to have occurred after Keats began to despond.

For a period he was engaged as a salesman, till habits of insobriety rendered his services unavailable to his employer.

Insobriety is, as I need hardly tell you, the one unpardonable sin in the eyes of a shipowner.

But it happens that whenever I have looked into local affairs I have found the same sort of waste and--insobriety of arrangement.

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