intoxicated[ in-tok-si-key-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF intoxicated
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It was a dangerous desire, but it intoxicated and absorbed her.
The very name of Casanova had intoxicated her with its aroma of a thousand conquests.
"You must not let yourself be intoxicated with this great success now," he said.
The public, so beloved and so loving, was intoxicated with joy.
And, on her side, she had been as it were intoxicated by the idea of making others happy.
Had he not been intoxicated—with drink and with her—he might have sensed it.
My dining with him was part of the conspiracy; he was intoxicated previous to his ruin.
Oh, how the moon, intoxicated with radiance, bewilders all the world!'
My God, Quinny, it's a terrible thing to see an intoxicated spook.
They said that he was subject to fits of insanity, and that he was intoxicated.