inebriates[ verb in-ee-bree-eyt, ih-nee-; noun, adjective in-ee-bree-it, ih-nee- ]SEE DEFINITION OF inebriates
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INEBRIATES
Let every path that leads to delight, let every gratification that inebriates the soul be discovered.
Jackson knows of this inebriates' home in Ontario and I had to provide him with a destination.
I am a great patron of tea; the poet truly says, 'It cheers, but not inebriates.'
Its gates are open to you on other topics than the coupling of inebriates.
Report of the Inspector under the Inebriates Acts for the year 1906.
The cup, which cheers but not inebriates, loosens Dr. Keifs tongue.
Merle threw into her voice all the pent-up anguish of an inebriates wife.
The cup that cheers but not inebriates, as the old saying has it.
I would like very much to establish a nice, expensive home for inebriates.
Tea is often spoken of as the "cup that cheers but not inebriates."