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intoxicant

[ in-tok-si-kuh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF intoxicant
  • nounalcohol
  • noundrug

Synonyms for intoxicant

  • booze
  • drink
  • liquor
  • alcoholic drink
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTOXICANT

Now, cheese on an empty mouse stomach acts as an intoxicant.

Royal was teasing me, sure of my refusal to indulge in any intoxicant.

Which it did, as a matter of fact, but it was a tonic, 'stead of actin' like an intoxicant.

Upon such occasions the only intoxicant was tobacco or dakka.

In the East it is commonly used as an intoxicant, either by smoking it, like tobacco, or swallowing it.

You have seen that the sub-regions of earth supply an intoxicant.

Taste not again of any intoxicant; let your recent lesson be your last.

As an intoxicant, rum is practically a soft drink beside power.

There were some who drank it in as if it were an intoxicant; there were others who put their handkerchiefs to their faces.

It was the first time in his life that he had ever even smelt an intoxicant.

WORD ORIGIN

"liquor," 1863; see intoxicate.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INTOXICANT

alcohol

nounintoxicating, flammable liquid

depressant

nounsedative
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