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  • Info Sober usually refers to sobriety, the state of not having any measurable levels or effects from mood-altering drugs, often specifically from alcohol consumption. more...
  • When people have too much they do things they would not do when sober.
  • Sometimes she used to smile when seeing me other times she kept sober.
  • However he is only sober six hours out of the twenty-four.
  • All of these effects would pass after a few minutes as the character sobered up.
  • When writing for her debut studio album, she did the same, but recorded while sober.
  • But his face sobered somewhat as his eye fell upon his friend. Cited from Mrs. Red Pepper, by Grace S. Richmond
  • A great fear seized upon his heart and in some degree sobered him. Cited from Destiny, by Charles Neville Buck
  • She makes efforts to make him sober and come to the festival.
  • That was his turning point, and he has been sober ever since.
  • As they get older, they sober up a little, though they stay fairly active.
  • Half-way up some cold tongue of the night air struck and sobered me suddenly. Cited from The Club of Queer Trades, by G. K. Chesterton/GKC8
  • We started this project with a pretty sober view of what we could achieve.
  • The thought sobered them a little, and they gave themselves up to their tea. Cited from Kitty Trenire, by Mabel Quiller-Couch
  • He also claimed to have been sober and clean for three and a half years.
  • They help each other stay sober, and then pass on what they've learned to others.
  • He was also able to remain sober for the remainder of his life.
  • So I went to work and sobered him up, and sent him over to get married. Cited from Lonesome Land, by B. M. Bower
  • This will usually result in being taken home, or otherwise taken to a police cell until sober.
  • He was sobered at leaving her, but he never thought of not going with the rest. Cited from Southern Lights and Shadows, by Various
  • Left behind, the party by the fire looked at one another with faces sobered. Cited from The Brown Study, by Grace S. Richmond
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Meaning of sober

  • verb Cause to become sober
    A sobering thought
  • adjective Not affected by a chemical substance (especially alcohol)