inebriant : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  a liquor or brew containing alcohol as the active agent

  • This election has fermented into a sort of darkening inebriant that makes people ugly.
  • Hamlet is not babbling to himself in the four great inebriant soliloquies; he is addressing questions to his tormented soul, his troubled mind, his impotent will, and the sultry .
  • He speaks in a kind of Nirvana rasp, and we get the full inebriant impact of Barnes' imagistic powers: "Touched him, saw her, towers of death and silence, angels of fire and ice.
News & Articles

  • Commissioners tour mission facility
    PARKERSBURG - Wood County commissioners Monday toured the Latrobe Street Mission homeless shelter and a vacant area available for lease that could be used as a new public inebriant shelter.
    Feb. 11, 2014 - Parkersburg News and Sentinel

  • Albert Hofmann in Independent Online
    Hofmann says: "I had not expected that LSD, with its unfathomable, uncanny, profound effects, so unlike the character of a recreational drug, would ever find worldwide use as an inebriant. People had the mistaken opinion that it would be sufficient...

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