inebriated[ verb in-ee-bree-eyt, ih-nee-; noun, adjective in-ee-bree-it, ih-nee- ]SEE DEFINITION OF inebriated
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INEBRIATED
There is another specimen—a street row of inebriated bottles.
They may be inebriated, or enough so to put them off their guard.
With the assistance of a couple of men, the inebriated engineer was raised to his feet.
They are getting merry, not to say jolly, but not at all inebriated.
The reader is not to understand that our guests were inebriated.
Dr. Manley said, "while I attended him he never was inebriated."
You have the difference between the Inebriated and the Sober, displayed in their works.
She was an adept in enticing an inebriated husband to leave a public-house.
It was the first time they had ever passed her lips, and they exalted and inebriated her.
The ruffian at her feet was inebriated with her beauty and her seductive playfulness.