- n a liquor or brew containing alcohol as the active agent
- n a drug that can produce a state of intoxication
- s causing
- Volf advice: "The fight may be avoided if the opponent will cause the intoxicant to face westward.
- Alcohol, the comic intoxicant of choice for generations of filmmakers, is now too strongly associated in people's minds with spousal battery and drunk driving to be truly hilarious.
- Whether the producers have created a convincing illusion of danger, or whether its the natural intoxicant of reality-TV cameras, the Colonists squabble, cry and thump their chests .
- Wen Jiabao in Reuters India
When Prohibition ended, states were given authority to craft their own laws and regulations to protect public health and safety and make the distinction that, while legal, alcohol is an intoxicant and therefore unlike other products sold in the... Jeremiah Farrell http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeremiah_Farrell&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEYDOwc921knL74Znq3wp-ErVmcbQ Norwalk Plus Magazine http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.norwalkplus.com/nwk/information/nwsnwk/publish/News_1/Connecticut-marks-75th-anniversary-of-repeal-of-Prohibition2896.shtml&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEAL61om-3ercToaL9tLQTWkXjoKg Dec 5, 2008
53232 70262 intoxicate The Dalai Lama runs around the world to various countries, and can intoxicate some in the political world. Some western countries exploit him," Wen said.