inebriety

[ in-i-brahy-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF inebriety
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It was thus that for years he had dealt with his brother-in-laws' inebriety.

Some are still in a state of inebriety, and stagger as they stray about the decks.

He believes that we do not sufficiently study the origin of inebriety.

It was while in a state of inebriety that the prowler met Joe.

It was called 'Inebriety,' and was an unblushing imitation of Pope.

His eyes, his unsteady walk, all announced a high stage of inebriety.

In the far past the great disgrace of our profession was the inebriety of its men.

Some three months after this he died, in a sad state of inebriety.

Yet, we must not forget that the real nature of inebriety is always the same.

Yet the Fondue has added to the gaiety and inebriety of nations, if not of dictionaries.

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