tipsy

[หˆtษชpsi]

tipsy Definition

  • 1slightly drunk
  • 2tilted or slanted

Using tipsy: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "tipsy" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    She was feeling a little tipsy after having a few glasses of wine.

  • Example

    He walked with a tipsy gait.

  • Example

    The painting was hung slightly tipsy on the wall.

tipsy Synonyms and Antonyms

Antonyms for tipsy

Phrases with tipsy

  • to become slightly drunk

    Example

    I don't want to get too tipsy at the party tonight.

  • in a state of confusion or disorder

    Example

    The office was in a tipsy turvy state after the power outage.

  • a dessert made with sponge cake soaked in sherry and layered with custard and whipped cream

    Example

    The restaurant's signature dessert is a delicious tipsy cake.

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Summary: tipsy in Brief

The term 'tipsy' [หˆtษชpsi] refers to being slightly drunk or tilted. It can be used to describe someone who has had a few drinks, as in 'She was feeling a little tipsy after having a few glasses of wine.' It can also be used to describe something that is tilted or slanted, as in 'The painting was hung slightly tipsy on the wall.' Other phrases include 'get tipsy,' meaning to become slightly drunk, and 'tipsy turvy,' meaning in a state of confusion or disorder.

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