sobersides

[soh-ber-sahydz]
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noun, plural so·ber·sides. (used with a singular verb) Slang.

a humorless or habitually serious person.

Origin of sobersides

First recorded in 1695–1705; sober + side1 + -s3
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sobersides

noun

(functioning as singular) a solemn and sedate person
Derived Formssobersided, adjective
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