Exhilarated or stupefied by or as if by alcohol; intoxicated.(adjective)
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Use "inebriated" in a sentence
"Believing as I do that all persons act as they must, it makes not the slightest difference whether the person so acting is what we call inebriated, or sane, or insane"
"Why I think you may be inebriated is that you obviously think that any of those young ladies with hiphugger jeans and tattoos on their backs might possibly be reading your weblog."
"I was arrested last knight at a bar (Sherlocks) in Addison Texas, for a P. I … I was inebriated, that is generally why I go to bars in the first place (first mistake), but they literally came inside and arrested me claiming that i threatened attack my server (who I was actually very attracted to) and then proceeded drag me off in their handy dandy Show me your papers mobile … Now don't think i was falling down drunk that isn't the case i was fully coherent."