intoxicated, drunk, inebriatedadjective
stupefied or excited by a chemical substance (especially alcohol)
"a noisy crowd of intoxicated sailors"; "helplessly inebriated"
as if under the influence of alcohol
"felt intoxicated by her success"; "drunk with excitement"
Stupefied by alcohol, drunk.
Stupefied by any chemical substance.
Intoxicated is the 2003 debut album of singer Gracia.
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The numerical value of intoxicated in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of intoxicated in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
Ulrich was highly intoxicated and was in a jealous rage, he banged [the chickens] on the ground to kill them and snapped the heads off.
The findings suggest that investigative interviewers should minimize the questioning of cannabis-intoxicated eyewitnesses and suspects, and instead wait until the first possible time after sobriety is reached.
The officers for the Secret Service who monitor the safety of the white house complex and ultimately the president and his family felt that these two individuals may have been intoxicated.
Unbelievably, no Snowbird employee or security, either at the peak or on the tram, took any steps to protect out client from what was clearly a foreseeable danger given the heavy drinking that was going on, several passengers expressed their concern about the intoxicated individuals to the tram operator, who took no action in response.
Several passengers expressed their concern about the intoxicated individuals to the tram operator, who took no action in response.
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- beruset, fuld, drukkenDanish
- betrunken, berauscht, besoffenGerman
- scooyrit, er meshteyManx
- mámoros, részeg, kapatos, ittasHungarian
- gealcoholiseerd, bedronken, zat, dronkenDutch
- băut, amețit, intoxicat, îmbătat, beat, otrăvit, alcoolizatRomanian
- опьяневший, одуревший, пьяный, опьянённый, одурманенныйRussian
- نشہ آورUrdu
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