Definition of ebrious in English:

ebrious

adjective

rare
  • Drunken or intoxicated.

    ‘those young sots with the ebrious faces’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘About half past six in the evening, an ebrious individual applied for towels, in company with another who seemed sober.’
    • ‘He was probably drunk when he said that, or at least fled from a sober condition to an ebrious one since nothing was happening.’
    • ‘Guests in an ebrious state will not be accommodated.’
    intoxicated, inebriated, drunken, befuddled, incapable, tipsy, the worse for drink, under the influence, maudlin
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Origin

Mid 16th century: from Latin ebrius + -ous.

Pronunciation:

ebrious

/ˈiːbrɪəs/