inebriate : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a chronic drinker
- v fill with sublime emotion
He was inebriated by his phenomenal success
- v make drunk (with alcoholic drinks)
- v become drunk or drink excessively
- An incoming inebriate pays $160, plus room and board, must stay for 31 days.
- Its gorgeous, gargantuan sets inebriate the eye, even as the plot (boy loves girl, boy loses girl, boy dies) seems drunk on luscious masochism.
- Followed specific charges ranging from "immorality, drunkenness, dop-with its inebriate and erratic aspects stressed and stretched to the limit.
News & Articles
- Scientist says new drug gets you drunk without hangovers
A British scientist now says he has developed an 'alcohol-surrogate.' It reportedly will inebriate the user, like alcohol, but without negative effects like aggression, addiction and hangovers.
Nov. 12, 2013 - First Coast News
- Giordano Bruno in guardian.co.uk
Giordano Bruno said of him: "Seeing how much this inebriate knew, what should I think he might have discovered had he been sober?"