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Synonyms for inebriety

the condition of being intoxicated with alcoholic liquor

Synonyms for inebriety

a temporary state resulting from excessive consumption of alcohol

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Young, "Adaptability in Sexual Offenders at Convict Prisons and its Relation to Alcohol," British Journal of Inebriety, 27 (1929), pp.
Cover with Your veil the one with overflowing inebriety caused by the love of the world, the one whose inner reality is dead with regard to the contemplation of the visions of the Hereafter.
Mulhall, "The Cigarette Habit," Quarterly Journal of Inebriety 20 (1895), abstracted in the American Journal of Insanity 52 (1896): 430.
A man perpetually in the paroxysm and fears of inebriety is like a half-drowned stupid wretch condemned to labour unceasingly in water; but a now-and-then tribute to Bacchus is like the cold bath, bracing and invigorating.
Psychologically, the mental states of those anonymous and pseudonymous online debaters are like having the valiancy in inebriety while just a little more sober than a drunkard.
Fourteen physicians and lay people met in New York City in November 1870 to found the American Association for the Study and Cure of Inebriety (AASCI)--the first professional association of addiction treatment providers.
In contrast, Baudelaire's concern in the wine cycle of Les Fleurs du Mal centers on the problem of drunkenness, which may surprise readers remembering that the poet promoted inebriety in the Petits poemes en prose: "Il faut etre toujours ivre" ('Enivrez-vous' 125).
The Armidale Express commented in 1877 on the 'absence of that inebriety which too often obtains at elections'.
We get a glimpse of his heavy duty battle against the tentacles of inebriety when he agrees to meet his friend, Jim, in a bar for the purpose of becoming acquainted with Jim's new girl friend.
Medical Temperance Quarterly, Journal of Inebriety, and The Battle Creek
It is even better If the middle letter Be B, Once in a fit of inebriety I founded a society: You would, I am sure, be enthralled To know what it was called; Well its name was `the Friends' Here for lack of a rhyme the poem ends.