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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"For the last 13 years, it's been our way of helping keep inebriated drivers off the Valley's streets."
The local police chief in Kenya said: "As the inebriated man was sleeping, she picked up an axe and beheaded him." She is now awaiting trial.
New Delhi, April 28 -- Showing mercy to a man sentenced to life for killing his inebriated wife, a Bench of the Supreme Court reduced his punishment to eight years after it learnt that the husband was forced to act in such a manner given the fact that on the fateful day the wife had entered home drunk.
But the same inebriated animals leading the police to a smuggler stash?
Inebriated On one Thursday night, 41 per cent were too drunk.
The garrulous and occasionally inebriated Welsh poet may be the soul of this evocative wartime drama, but he is not the heartbeat.
Milk may do a human's body good, but it actually makes Luey an inebriated, belligerent little devil.
Thesp Roma Downey recalled an incident early in her career when a Broadway co-star was too inebriated to perform, while Julie Andrews drew the loudest laughs recounting the time her "My Fair Lady" co-star Rex Harrison passed gas onstage.
The criticism follows this week's live broadcast of the Brit Awards in which many of the country's leading pop artists appeared on stage inebriated.
'He was slightly inebriated and I don't think he knew why he was there.'
What they failed to note is that inebriated men of all nationalities are united in their certainty as to their overwhelming sexiness.
Prohibition decimated the industry, and in World War II the military requested watered-down drinks so soldiers wouldn't be too inebriated to fight.
Born the runt in a litter of 13 rats to poor, ignorant, inebriated mother rat Flo, he resorts to eating the tasty paper of book pages that Flo has used to make their nest, tucked away in the back shelves of a Boston bookstore.
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.