intoxicate

[ verb in-tok-si-keyt; adjective in-tok-suh-kit, -keyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF intoxicate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTOXICATE

Their name, their garb, and work did so intoxicate and bewitch me.'

She did not attempt to disguise her wish to please, to flatter, to intoxicate.

She threw him one of those glances that intoxicate like wine.

It did not intoxicate, but still further sobered, the beneficiary.

He, who offers incense to her intellect, may intoxicate and win.

How much wine and blood he had poured to intoxicate himself, but all in vain.

The sense of freedom seemed to intoxicate him, and the infection seized me too.

There was one deliberate act of hers which especially helped to intoxicate me.

It was a bright spring morning, one of those days which intoxicate one.

Refrain from everything with which the Greeks intoxicate themselves.

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