[ UK /ɪntˈɒksɪkənt/ ]
  1. a liquor or brew containing alcohol as the active agent
    alcohol (or drink) ruined him
  2. a drug that can produce a state of intoxication
  1. causing intoxication
    an intoxicating drink
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How To Use intoxicant In A Sentence

  • The old time ---- was condemned by the United States Government as an intoxicant and stimulant, and cures were sold in various parts of the country for the ---- "jag," yet in the new advertisement the following appears: The Eugenic Marriage, Vol. 3 (of 4) A Personal Guide to the New Science of Better Living and Better Babies
  • GHB has an intoxicant, sedative or euphoriant effect that begins within 10 to 20 minutes of taking the drug.
  • An Asian girl hoovering the corridor produced a copy of the Intoxicant CD and got him to autograph the liner.
  • It was this article that made me - someone who has not even tried marijuana but who favors complete legalization of all intoxicants for sale and distribution to adults - want to read the whole book.
  • Despite the heavy consumption of intoxicants, no one's voice ever rose above a husky whisper.
  • Unfortunately, and somewhat surprisingly, most Happy Hours seem to concentrate on reducing the price of the amber fluid alone, thus alienating those who either prefer the harder intoxicants or the softer liquids.
  • An attached restaurant does not serve intoxicants like tea or coffee, but you can have a delicious vegetarian buffet for less than £3.
  • Although the retreat will not make them monks, they will still be required to take the same strict vows, including no intoxicants and a vow of celibacy.
  • The regulations also ban people from driving or being in charge of these water sport craft in Tramore Bay while under the influence of alcohol or other intoxicants.
  • On behalf of my client, Mrs. Fennell, I wish to impress upon the Bench the gravity of the offence with which the accused Richard Fennell is charged, namely, drunkenness from excessive use of an illegal intoxicant known as poteen, house-breaking, terrorizing and almost paralyzing with fear his highly strung and sensitive wife, and adding insult to injury in resisting arrest by his Majesty's guardian of law and order, Duty, and other Irish Comedies
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