"worse for wear but yours very sincerely"
I am not a native of English.
I came across a phase in a sentence,
"---, looking decidedly the worse for wear but yours very sincerely."
The content is about a person recalling himself when he was drunk at a party.The sentence ends at the word "sincerely".
My question is, what does "but yours very sincerely" mean in this sentence?
If you were to write this in a different way, would
"looking decidedly the worse for wear, but still charming."
Please excuse my poor English.
Thank you in advance.
Re: "worse for wear but yours very sincerely"
I'm not sure. Could you give us the context? :D
Originally Posted by KM
Drunks are often very 'sincere'- they will tell us how much they like us, etc.