When he slurred and smelled of alcohol, they ordered him out of the car for sobriety tests.
The winding road to sobriety began at Georgetown University in Washington.
He also does not distinguish between a physical state of sobriety and one on drugs.
Twitter, like the national debt or Lindsay Lohans's sobriety, is in a constant state of flux.
The scene I enjoyed the best was where he tests my sobriety by having me walk a straight line and touch my nose.
He lived what men call a good moral life, his deportment was very agreeable, and his sobriety was commended by many.
To what degree of industry, frugality, and sobriety can the Indian be brought?
He took a new vow of sobriety and decency, so that he might always have these forces of law and order on his side.
He is but a drunkard in his cups, thou a palterer in sobriety.'
Those who had still some trace of sobriety proceeded to guzzle what was left in the opened casks.
c.1400, "moderation in indulgence," from Old French sobriete "sobriety, moderation" (Modern French sobrieté) or directly from Latin sobrietatem (nominative sobrietas), from sobrius (see sober (adj.)). Meaning "steadiness, gravity" is recorded from 1540s.