inebriate[ verb in-ee-bree-eyt, ih-nee-; noun, adjective in-ee-bree-it, ih-nee- ]SEE DEFINITION OF inebriate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INEBRIATE
A man, aged 22, the son of an inebriate, with one imbecile sister.
His friendship for the inebriate was of the most sincere kind.
He takes one arm and the jailer the other, and together they support the inebriate to his cell.
On our return we learned that the inebriate had been discharged.
Its name is derived from two Greek words, meaning “not to inebriate.”
Inebriate asylums, rationally conducted, cannot fail to be worth their cost.
It is hardly for an inebriate to laud the life of instinct and impulse.
The French know nothing of the cup that cheers but does not inebriate.
After the death of this husband she married an inebriate by whom she had three other children.
He was as much of an inebriate in his way as ever was drunkard a slave to alcohol.