As you know, Mohula intoxicates bears, and makes them sleepy.
Is it the seduction of her beauty and youth, which intoxicates one like wine?
There is an odor in the English aristocracy which intoxicates plebeians.
He intoxicates because of his marvellous speech, but he seldom charms.
This beverage is made from the root of a tree and, when drunk to excess, intoxicates.
The bolt of the gods stuns as it falls, but it intoxicates also.
It was merely a momentary impulse born of adventure that intoxicates.
Children who contrive to be beautiful and contented,—that intoxicates me.
It is good and healthful, and intoxicates him who drinks it.
And it intoxicates us by its appeal to so many sides of our nature at once.