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!'"