Unintoxicated vs Undrunken - What's the difference?

unintoxicated | undrunken |


As adjectives the difference between unintoxicated and undrunken

is that unintoxicated is not intoxicated; sober while undrunken is (archaic|poetic) undrunk; that has not been drunk.

unintoxicated

English

Adjective

(-)
  • Not intoxicated; sober.
  • undrunken

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • (archaic, poetic) Undrunk; that has not been drunk.
  • Leave no drop undrunken of thy delight.
  • Not drunken; sober, unintoxicated.
  • * 1987 , John Ardagh, Katharina Ardagh, Germany and the Germans
  • It was all very good-humoured and traditional, relatively tasteful and undrunken , with less rowdy vulgarity than you often find at such an event in Britain.