Definition of ebriose in English:




See ebrious

  • ‘Mr. Briggs when returning home, gently, and copiously ebriose, from Epsom on his donkey, would sway about on his podgy legs.’
  • ‘Up came the bewitching Ferdmand, glorious, too, but old and ebriose.’
  • ‘Drunkenness in its first degree presents you with a miniature picture of the symptoms of the more advanced stages of ebriose poisoning.’