intoxication

[ in-tok-si-key-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF intoxication

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For all their burden of intoxication, they knew the ground by instinct and from long association.

One only noticed that he was very pale, with a look as of intoxication on his face.

She will allay your intoxication by gentle degrees, and send you sober home.

After the intoxication, When they drank the mead, Not one was spared.

One must have suffered as I have to understand the intoxication of my happiness.

I am not speaking of drinking, or not drinking, wine at all, but of intoxication.

And then suddenly—as suddenly as the moment of intoxication had come to me—I awoke from my delirium.

Together they had plunged deep into the intoxication of the shops.

He would be slightly dizzy with the cocktails and with the intoxication of his own glory.

But he had drunk in the smell, the intoxication of the track with his mother's milk.

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