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Synonyms for intoxicated

Synonyms for intoxicated

Synonyms for intoxicated

stupefied or excited by a chemical substance (especially alcohol)


as if under the influence of alcohol


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The nervous fatigue of this existence, the insincerities and platitudes which I had to live through twice over--through my inner and outward sense--would have been maddening to me, if I had not had that sort of intoxicated callousness which came from the delights of a first passion.
At home I dream that at Naples, at Rome, I can be intoxicated with beauty and lose my sadness.
To which I believe we may add, the consideration of her vast fortune, which, though he was too sober to be intoxicated with it, he was too sensible to despise.
First, never to be intoxicated when he hath made the best bargain, nor dejected when the market is empty, or when its commodities are too dear for his purchase.
She saw in her the signs of that excitement of success she knew so well in herself; she saw that she was intoxicated with the delighted admiration she was exciting.
No, it's not the admiration of the crowd has intoxicated her, but the adoration of one.
You are stopping in this house, Sir,' said the indignant little man; 'you are intoxicated now, Sir; you shall hear from me in the morning, sir.
Winkle's astonishment was too real, and too evident, to escape the observation of Doctor Slammer's friend; he therefore proceeded--'My friend, Doctor Slammer, requested me to add, that he was firmly persuaded you were intoxicated during a portion of the evening, and possibly unconscious of the extent of the insult you were guilty of.
Winkle, who had had time to deliberate upon his answer, 'because, Sir, you described an intoxicated and ungentlemanly person as wearing a coat which I have the honour, not only to wear but to have invented--the proposed uniform, Sir, of the Pickwick Club in London.
The man was detained under the Air Navigation and Transport Act and was expected to be charged with being intoxicated on board a flight and using abusive and threatening behaviour.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The Supreme Court of Appeals has ruled that a car driver involved in an accident can receive compensation, as long as he was not at fault, from his insurance company for the damage to the car even if he was intoxicated at the time of the accident.
A passenger was offloaded from a London to Bahrain service as he appeared to be intoxicated when he boarded the flight," said an airline spokesperson.
Newcastle coroner David Mitford said there was no evidence Mr Blackett was under the influence of drugs, and although he had been drinking, Mr Mitford said his alcohol levels did not suggest he was heavily intoxicated at the time of his death.
Summary: British Transport Police have released CCTV video of an intoxicated woman falling under a stationary train after stumbling on the platform.
In reality, there is no evidence that caffeine can make people coherent and sober if they are intoxicated.