A Stranger Called Me A Sober Man


… and when I Googled its meaning, here’s what I found;

sober meaning

not affected by alcohol; not drunk.

Similar:

not drunk
not intoxicated
clear-headed
as sober as a judge
teetotal
abstinent
non-drinking
abstemious
temperate
moderate
on the wagon
dry
Opposite:
drunk

serious, sensible, and solemn.
“a sober view of life”

serious
sensible
solemn
thoughtful
grave
sombre
severe
earnest
sedate
staid
dignified
steady
level-headed
serious-minded
businesslike
down-to-earth
commonsensical
pragmatic
self-controlled
restrained
conservative
strict
puritanical
douce
unemotional
dispassionate
factual
realistic
objective
low-key
matter-of-fact
prosaic
no-nonsense
rational
logical
straightforward
well considered
plain

Opposite:

light-hearted
frivolous
sensational
emotional

verb

make or become sober after drinking alcohol.
“that coffee sobered him up”

become sober
become clear-headed
dry out
make sober
clear someone’s head

Related questions

Which word is similar to sober?

High-Speed
or
Clearheaded

What is the meaning of a sober person?
Is sober a negative word?
What is the synonyms of sober?
What is the original definition of sober?

Sober Adjective

(NOT DRUNK) … not drunk or affected by alcohol: Are you sober enough to drive, Jim? I’d had no wine all evening so I was stone cold

Definition of sober ;

not intoxicated He’s a half-decent guy when he’s ; b · abstaining from drinking alcohol or taking intoxicating drugs : refraining from alcohol

The most common meaning of sober is “not drunk” — people who drive need to be sober. Sober sounds a lot like somber, and it often means sad and quiet too

marked by seriousness, gravity, solemnity, etc., as of demeanor, speech, etc.: a sober occasion. subdued in tone, as color; not colorful or showy, as clothes.

1. not intoxicated or drunk · 2. habitually temperate, esp. · 3. quiet or sedate in demeanor, as persons · 4. marked by seriousness, gravity, solemnity, etc.,

Characterized by reason, sanity, or self-control; showing mental and emotional balance. · Serious or staid in character or conduct.

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