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Not in the hands of O’Donnell, a kind of Oscar Wilde gone tipsy, who drops some Irish whimsy into the harsh reality of Victorian England.
He was tipsy after two drinks, he said, so he yelled at it to stop.
Supposedly the animals eat fermented fruit and become tipsy.
His thoughts ran on things past; he had spoken unkindly of Sally, behind her back; he had been tipsy—Ah!
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
Says one of the characters, referring to the importunities of a tipsy vagrant, “Give him half-a-crown!”
He led to a little low public-house, whence tipsy songs were booming, and tapped at a side door three times.
ERIC, OR LITTLE BY LITTLEFREDERIC W. FARRAR
Everybody wears blue ribbon here, but I don't, because I don't want to get tipsy anyhow.
Not very, the witness replied, not so tipsy but that she could walk and talk, but she had had quite enough.
There was a rush, an over-turning of a table, the toppling over of a tipsy man, and Tom stood confronting her.
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Barry was, however, too tipsy to pay much attention to this, or to understand any deep-laid plans.

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