трезвый; умеренный; здравый; здравомыслящий; рассудительный; спокойный;
отрезвить; отрезвлять; вытрезвлять; протрезвляться; трезветь
- Take the Stravinsky, for example: those who are familiar with the composer's definitive recording (on Sony ) may find Wand's heavy articulation and sober approach to this work, particularly its first movement, rather unnerving.
- Whether he is sober enough to go back and fetch his dilapidated car, or should soldier on, is the question here, or at any rate part of it.
- I liked too to see the toddlers playing happily in the small grassy graveyard which adjoined it, their blue and white checked overalls gay against the sober grey of the simple tombstones.
- YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE SOBER TO WORK HERE BUT IT HELPS
- Sometimes I'd have to sit with her until she was sober enough to stand and I could shoulder her home, snapping a curt reply, "It's all right, I can take care of her," to kind enquirers.
- But this euphoric rediscovery of the ley theory gave way to quieter and more sober research.
- On Wednesday I was sober.
- AFTER the razzmatazz of Information Technology year comes the sober assessment of how Britain can remain a force in this discipline.
- And the grave, sober image of old age was a constraint on social behaviour.
- Conservative candidates with Saatchi style slogans and sober suits will tell the province's electorate about the "Thatcher economic miracle" and will sing the praises of the Government's record on the NHS.
- In the final analysis, these more sober views were vindicated by events; population continued to increase steadily, after an upward surge in the late 1940s, and some of the views expressed by the Royal Commission on Population were accepted.
- Sober up, too.
- He is both participant and observer: "a sceptical, sober, anti-Utopian, understated mind" (in his own words) confronting the business of opposing state power with rueful self-awareness.