Verb(1) fill with high spirits; fill with optimism(2) make drunk (with alcoholic drinks(3) have an intoxicating effect on, of a drug
(1) Yes, but you don't get tired, your feet don't hurt, the beer only intoxicates you if you let it, and every woman that you'll see will be smoking hot.(2) He was intoxicated by the sheer colour and vibrancy and lushness of language Thomas used to describe childhood and the countryside he grew up in.(3) He was intoxicated beyond his mind from the high amounts of alcohol he consumed.(4) About five years ago, when Tibet was still a cinematic subject of highest fashion, I was too intoxicated by my own interest to watch these films with an objective eye.(5) That old book smell intoxicated me for so many years - as a teenager, college student, and grad student - then I forgot about it.(6) Alcohol meters to test levels of intoxication are being acquired.(7) Six jurors believed, like the coroner, that it was acute cocaine intoxication .(8) The person is intoxicated through alcohol or drugs(9) Was the bar responsible for serving him alcohol when he was already intoxicated ?(10) It is our task to deal with all conditions of burns, intoxications and traumas, all kinds of accidents and falling off high places and metabolical conditions.(11) Obviously she was pretty drunk because when I'm intoxicated I'm not exactly the most attractive guy in the world.(12) Journalists quickly become intoxicated by the ether of war and all the excitement and danger that awaits on the front line.(13) I have never been able to catch that feeling again, and I think it was mostly due to the fact that I was completely intoxicated , after not much more than a plastic cup of alcohol.(14) The excitement and anticipation of the opportunity intoxicated him.(15) No it's not an obsession, it is the fact that never has a footballer's sheer skill so intoxicated me as that of the spindly-legged waif from Belfast.(16) So what we've attempted to do is look at the living, working brain, using a functional MRI scanner, while people are intoxicated either with alcohol or marijuana or combinations of the drugs.
(1) intoxicate :: 酔わせます
1. inebriate ::
2. exhilarate ::
3. soak ::
4. elate ::
Different Formsintoxicate, intoxicated, intoxicates, intoxicating
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