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Definition of "intoxicated" []

  • Drunk (adjective)
  • Excited; extremely stimulated (adjective)
  • Stupefied by alcohol, drunk. (adjective)

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  • Stupefied by any chemical substance. (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of intoxicate. (verb)

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Use "intoxicated" in a sentence
  • "What on this list gets at the distinctive qualities of reading, those qualities that involve not merely being mesmerized ( "intoxicated" is Powers's preferred term) by the secondary effects of prose fiction ( "generous portions of character," "the tacit rules of the narrative") but lead to reflection or rumination, or to an enhanced appreciation of the possibilities of writing and reading?"
  • "The Canadian Corps was not a wild horde to be let loose in intoxicated frenzy, as battles of old were sometimes fought."
  • "'No, Madam; I only get what you may call intoxicated, and not with liquor neither; and I feel it coming on me now -- I do indeed!'"