Antonyms for sobered

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He was sobered at leaving her, but he never thought of not going with the rest.

After some moments, however, Charlie sobered and choked back a final gurgle.

Jean, sobered by the terrible shock, looked at him with wild eyes.

Then he sobered, for her inhumanity to Esther seemed to him incredible.

For once the tongues of the hillsfolk were sobered into silence.

The loss 318 of all the food and the narrowness of his escape had sobered the younger man.

Stunned, but sobered by mortal danger, Morgan greeted his enemy with an oath.

She had come so near death, and that so suddenly, that she was sobered and softened.

She intoxicated him with a touch, and sobered him with a face of sudden marble.

He did not look like the same man, so changed and sobered was the expression of his face.