Definition of ebrious in English:

ebrious

adjective

rare
  • Drunken or intoxicated.

    ‘those young sots with the ebrious faces’
    • ‘He was probably drunk when he said that, or at least fled from a sober condition to an ebrious one since nothing was happening.’
    • ‘About half past six in the evening, an ebrious individual applied for towels, in company with another who seemed sober.’
    • ‘Guests in an ebrious state will not be accommodated.’
    • ‘I don't intend to be in a particularly ebrious state throughout this weekend.’
    • ‘Ebrious moroseness, another variety of a state preceding drunkenness, is met with more in the rich.’
    intoxicated, inebriated, drunken, befuddled, incapable, tipsy, the worse for drink, under the influence, maudlin

Origin

Mid 16th century from Latin ebrius + -ous.

Pronunciation

ebrious

/ˈiːbrɪəs/