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Definition of "inebriating" [inebriating]

  • Present participle of inebriate. (verb)

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Use "inebriating" in a sentence
  • "The humans are still busy either darting back and forth on a green rectangle or cheering and applauding every such move until they get dizzy and reach out for inebriating liquids."
  • "It tends to squeeze all the beauty, joy and inebriating juice out of life for the sake of a perpetually unrequited promise of post-mortem salvation."
  • "Although it is common in medicine to provide strong, inebriating drugs to ease the pain in the case of an emergency, no serious health professional would extend such measures for longer than necessary, given the risks of addiction and long-term damage to vital organs."
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