inebriated


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Synonyms for inebriated

Synonyms for inebriated

Synonyms for inebriated

stupefied or excited by a chemical substance (especially alcohol)

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He said: "People arriving at our doors are more inebriated than they've ever been.
Host Sharon Osbourne accused stumbling comedian Vic Reeves of being drunk and presenter Alan Carr confessed he was inebriated when he presented an award.
Research psychologists at the University of Waterloo got a bunch of undergraduates inebriated to find the answer.
Stunned villagers struck back at the inebriated monkeys with sticks and drove them away, but three of them needed hospital treatment after the cheeky monkeys stole their booze from pots outside their houses.
But when you consider that for most of those matches Big John has either been inebriated or ejected, it takes the shine off my victory somewhat.
That kid has the voice of authority, and all inebriated suckers hit the deck.
Bravo winner Rodrigo Baggio, a Brazilian who brings technology to poor neighborhoods, brought a guest, a young, apparently inebriated young man known only to us as James.
Though Willie admits he and his cohorts indulge in their share of foul-mouthed "housemates gone wild" shenanigans--"I may get inebriated, but you'll never see me be a mess or, like, throw up" he reports--he's also well aware that his position comes with serious role-model potential.
This invention provides nucleic acids which encode the following insect cell membrane transporters: acetylcholine transporters, serotonin transporters, proline transporters, glutamate transporters, neurotransmitter transporters encoded by the inebriated gene, orphan transporters, GABA transporters, and LAT transporters.
Taking sexual advantage of a passed-out, inebriated woman is beyond that line.
In other incidents, inebriated whites tore the clothes off black actors, damaged sets, broke lights, and caused hundreds of dollars worth of damage.
Eventually he was brought down, literally, from his perch on the stilts, the goddess restored at stage center, the story told in dancing that ranged from tableaux to inebriated falling about to high-energy kicks and polyrhythms.
While believing that Clarke should have opted not to confront the inebriated trespasser, Forsyth noted that the Clarkes "had five kids in the house," that Salinas was drunk (two-and one-half times the legal driving limit) and incoherent, and that he kept coming even when Clarke had "a gun pointed at him.
The little Sardinian's wonder strike was good enough, but then more action followed as a fat, bald and almost certainly inebriated Chelsea fan ran on to the pitch to celebrate with Zola and slipped on his backside.
A United Airlines flight en route from Chicago, USA to Hong Kong was diverted to Anchorage, Alaska on 8 January after an inebriated passenger became violent.