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inebriated

i neb ree ay tuhd

  • v  fill with sublime emotion
    He was inebriated by his phenomenal success
  • v  make drunk (with alcoholic drinks)
  • v  become drunk or drink excessively
  • a  stupefied or excited by a chemical substance (especially alcohol)
    helplessly inebriated

  • The tests confirmed that Paul, whose family disputed initial reports that he was inebriated, had a blood alcohol level three times the .
  • Others are just passing through Tokyo, perhaps as the first stop on an Asian itinerary, and see there is easy money to be made rapping to inebriated Japanese.
  • Male-host barsmirror images of nightspots where giggling girls fawn over inebriated businessmenhave been on the fringe of Japan's colorful nightlife for decades, catering to .
News & Articles

  • Helo Accident In Russia Caused By Passenger Flying The Aircraft
    R44 Went Down When Inebriated Pilot Allowed Drunk Passenger To Take The Controls A helicopter accident in Russia involving a Robinson R44 helicopter was caused by a drunk pilot allowing a passenger who was also inebriated to take the controls of the aircraft, according to an official inquiry.
    June 11, 2013 - The Aero-News Network
Quotes

  • Mel Gibson in The West Australian
    In his statement of apology, Gibson said: "I have battled the disease of alcoholism for all of my adult life and profoundly regret my horrific relapse. I apologise for any behaviour unbecoming of me in my inebriated state and have already taken...
  • Tom Udall in USA Today
    It's simple - training attendants to identify inebriated passengers either boarding or already on a flight is critical to ensuring they make informed decisions when serving alcohol,Udall said.
  • Will Hodgman in Sydney Morning Herald
    State Liberal Leader Will Hodgman said the Tasmanian government was "inebriated with its own power" and the premier's position looked "increasingly shaky".

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