intoxicating[ in-tok-si-key-ting ]SEE DEFINITION OF intoxicating
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Fecundity is the end he proposes, and he rewards with intoxicating delights those who contribute to the fulfilment of his designs.
Intoxicating, the odours of the earth, refreshed and satisfied.
She had found it in Ted under the intoxicating form of vivid emotion.
There was, I own, a most intoxicating sense of pleasure in the first success.
She had crept out after her master to listen closer to the intoxicating sound.
The pride of intellect which we felt in our new enlightenment was intoxicating.
One might also buy whiskey, ale and other intoxicating drinks.
It is not a spirit, although in quantities it is intoxicating.
Jay Gould did not use wine or intoxicating liquor of any kind.
Two large tubs of paiwari—an intoxicating liquor—had also been prepared.
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