And things seemed to be going well between the couple, with the crooner looking sober and healthier, with a new team cut off. Van Halen, sober since 2008, lost a third of his tongue due to cancer that eventually drifted into his esophagus. Some recovering — even those who have been clean and sober for decades — say they doubled or tripled their attendance at recovery meetings during the pandemic. 3. Freedom from warmth and passion; Calm; Coolness. Virgil`s sobriety could have shown him the difference. To which Mr. Sikes replied, he joked; As if he had been sober, there would have been strong reasons to believe that he was. 2.
Not to be intoxicated or overwhelmed by spirits; Not drunk. Sot can sometimes be sober. The most common meaning of sober is “not drunk” – people who drive a car must be sober. Sober seems very dark, and this often means sad and calm or sometimes too serious. Another meaning is to be logical or realistic about something. Sometimes sober monotonous means: a gray station wagon is a more sober vehicle than a warm red convertible. All these meanings are quiet and reserved, unlike a person who has drunk a lot. Serious, serious, solemn, calm, calm, sober, serious does not mean easy or frivolous. Seriousness involves concern for what is really important. A serious play on social injustice implies both seriousness and dignity in expression or attitude. Read the proclamation in a solemn voice, solemnly suggesting an impressive heaviness completely devoid of lightness.
A sad and solemn and calm occasion implies a serene and decent seriousness. Remaining calm in the midst of hustle and bustle suggests a sedentary and familiar serenity and primitive self-control. A calm and calm community soberly emphasizes the seriousness of the goal and the absence of lightness or frivolity. A sober look at the state of seriousness of our school indicates sincerity or often determination. A serious reformer This adjective means the opposite of playful or drunk. When you attend a funeral, you are expected to be sober both ways. Darry Drew was one of those quiet, gentleman guys who seem a little too sober for their years. Cruz stayed sober for a while, but when Raeann`s first birthday after the accident was over, he suffered a relapse.
3. Not crazy or crazy; not wild, visionary or passionate; with the regular practice of cold and impartial reason. There was no sober man; Everything was stormy and unleashed. No sober person would put themselves in danger for the applause of fleeing without breaking their neck. Today, however, the 36-year-old musician is sober — and even takes showers from time to time. 4. Regularly; quiet; not under the influence of passion; as an objective judgment; A man in his sober senses. After the police left, he stood up and asked the guard if he could leave because he was sober. SO`BER, v.t.
to make sober; to cure intoxication. There, shallow drafts intoxicate the brain and drinking sobers us up. She is well spoken, educated and sober – far from the old face of the adult world, Jenna Jameson. On the other hand, use rel values like ugc to tag your user-generated content, and sponsored for paid links – this will help Google make a sober assessment of your rankings. 5. Serious; solemn; Grave; like a sober lacquer of autumn. What separates gay France from sober Spain? See them sober on a sampler or gay on a baby together. 1. Moderate in the use of spirit drinks; usually moderate; like a sober man. Live a sober, righteous and pious life.
This clash of passion and this simple language of such an unexpected neighborhood served, at least in part, to sober him up. Sober Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin sobrius; Similar to the Latin Ebrius Bu in the 14th century, in the sense defined in the transitive sense.