He was getting over his tipsiness by now, and began to feel the frost.
Ratler Webb's hand no longer trembled with the uncertainty of tipsiness.
There were brawls in the theatre, and tipsiness, and much license generally.
Whether the wine or the dance were the chief intoxicant, a tipsiness of mood prevailed everywhere.
And wine, too: wine is never so good as at breakfast; only one can't drink it, for tipsiness's sake.
This curious old woman was a Mahometan, therefore her tipsiness was inexcusable.
It distinctly says you 'saw double,' and I have always understood that to be an unfailing sign of—of tipsiness.
We shaved these very closely often enough, but certainly, amid all his tipsiness, Jim bore out his predecessors remark.
The surprising horror had reduced everyone to soberness: all tipsiness, all winy drowsiness, had passed away.