Sober usually refers to sobriety, the state of not being under the influence of alcohol. It may also refer to:

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Sober (worm)
... The Sober worm is a family of computer worms that was discovered on October 24, 2003 ... Like many worms, Sober sends itself as an e-mail attachment ... The Sober worms must be unpacked and run by the user ...
Sober, Lugo
... Sober, is a municipality in the Spanish province of Lugo ... Ribadeo Ribas de Sil Ribeira de Piquín Riotorto Samos Sarria O Saviñao Sober Taboada Trabada Triacastela O Valadouro O Vicedo Vilalba Viveiro Xermade ...
Sober (Pink Song) - Tracklisting
... UK CD single "Sober" — 411 "When We're Through" — 422 German CD single "Sober" — 414 "When We're Through" — 422 "Sober" (Bimbo Jones Radio Edit ...
Sober (Pink Song) - Background
... She went to the beach and had a line in her head saying "How do I feel so good sober?" ... "Sober is a dark, kind of sad song ... my head, ‘Like how do I feel this good sober?...I don’t know it’s just a really, really personal beautiful song, one of my favorites…" ...
Sober (Pink Song) - Chart Performance
... "Sober" made its first debut on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart, entering at number 16 and peaking at number 6 ... In New Zealand, "Sober" debuted at number thirty-five on November 10, 2008 and peaked at number seven ... On the Billboard issue dated December 13, "Sober" officially debuted at number 53 on the Billboard Hot 100 and has climbed to number 15 thus far, giving ...

Famous quotes containing the word sober:

    Be plain in dress, and sober in your diet;
    In short, my deary, kiss me and be quiet.
    Mary Wortley, Lady Montagu (1689–1762)

    Most Americans are born drunk, and really require a little wine or beer to sober them. They have a sort of permanent intoxication from within, a sort of invisible champagne.... Americans do not need to drink to inspire them to do anything, though they do sometimes, I think, need a little for the deeper and more delicate purpose of teaching them how to do nothing.
    Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874–1936)

    Did some more sober critic come abroad?
    If wrong, I smil’d; if right, I kiss’d the rod.
    Alexander Pope (1688–1744)