inebriated


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in·e·bri·at·ed

 (ĭn-ē′brē-ā′tĭd)
adj.
Intoxicated with alcohol; drunk: The inebriated partygoers were very loud.
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Adj.1.inebriated - stupefied or excited by a chemical substance (especially alcohol); "a noisy crowd of intoxicated sailors"; "helplessly inebriated"

inebriated

adjective drunk, wasted (slang), tight (informal), smashed (slang), canned (slang), high (informal), flying (slang), bombed (slang), stoned (slang), hammered (slang), steaming (slang), wrecked (slang), out of it (slang), plastered (slang), blitzed (slang), pissed (Brit., Austral., & N.Z. slang), lit up (slang), merry (Brit. informal), bladdered (slang), under the influence (informal), intoxicated, tipsy, befuddled, legless (informal), under the weather (informal), paralytic (informal), sozzled (informal), steamboats (Scot. slang), off your face (slang), half-cut (informal), blind drunk, high as a kite (informal), zonked (slang), blotto (slang), the worse for drink, inebriate, out to it (Austral. & N.Z. slang), drunk as a skunk, bacchic, in your cups, rat-arsed (taboo slang), Brahms and Liszt (slang), half seas over (informal), bevvied (dialect), three sheets in the wind (informal), babalas (S. African), fou or fu' (Scot.), pie-eyed (slang) He was obviously inebriated by the time dessert was served.

inebriated

adjective
Stupefied, excited, or muddled with alcoholic liquor:
Informal: cockeyed, stewed.
Idioms: drunk as a skunk, half-seas over, high as a kite, in one's cups, three sheets in the wind.
Translations
مست
päihtynyt
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inebriated

[ɪˈniːbrɪeɪtɪd] ADJ (frm) → ebrio

inebriated

[ɪnˈiːbrieɪtɪd] adjivre

inebriated

adj
(form)betrunken, unter Alkoholeinfluss (form)
(fig)berauscht, trunken (liter)

inebriated

[ɪˈniːbrɪˌeɪtɪd] adj (frm) → ubriaco/a
References in classic literature ?
Revere was still absorbed in the Company papers, and the Sergeant, who was sternly fond of Bobby, continued, -" 'E generally goes down there when'e's got 'is skinful, beggin' your pardon, sir, an' they do say that the more lush - inebriated 'e is, the more fish 'e catches.
The poet knows that he speaks adequately then only when he speaks somewhat wildly, or, "with the flower of the mind;" not with the intellect used as an organ, but with the intellect released from all service and suffered to take its direction from its celestial life; or as the ancients were wont to express themselves, not with intellect alone but with the intellect inebriated by nectar.
They wept over it as they sang it, the graceless young scamps who had all broken their mothers' prides, and I sang with them, and wept with them, and luxuriated in the pathos and the tragedy of it, and struggled to make glimmering inebriated generalisations on life and romance.
Making himself very amiable to the infant phenomenon, was an inebriated elderly gentleman in the last depths of shabbiness, who played the calm and virtuous old men; and paying especial court to Mrs Crummles was another elderly gentleman, a shade more respectable, who played the irascible old men--those funny fellows who have nephews in the army and perpetually run about with thick sticks to compel them to marry heiresses.
I heard high words exchanged between him and his already half- inebriated host as I departed, leading away my bewildered and disconcerted boy.
The young ladies did not drink it; Osborne did not like it; and the consequence was that Jos, that fat gourmand, drank up the whole contents of the bowl; and the consequence of his drinking up the whole contents of the bowl was a liveliness which at first was astonishing, and then became almost painful; for he talked and laughed so loud as to bring scores of listeners round the box, much to the confusion of the innocent party within it; and, volunteering to sing a song (which he did in that maudlin high key peculiar to gentlemen in an inebriated state), he almost drew away the audience who were gathered round the musicians in the gilt scollop-shell, and received from his hearers a great deal of applause.
The next day there was another visit to Doctors' Commons, and a great to-do with an attesting hostler, who, being inebriated, declined swearing anything but profane oaths, to the great scandal of a proctor and surrogate.
The punishment also includes a fine of QR3,000 for causing disturbance in an inebriated state and insulting a taxi driver using abusive language, the daily adds.
He added: "I said that it occurred to me that certain people in the House were inebriated by the exuberance of their own verbosity.
The accused has been identified as Shravan Kumar who was in an inebriated condition when he misbehaved and molested the passenger.
AMANDA SCULLION Inebriated Lady SHE was sitting at the table With her husband happy She said happily smiling and laughing "I'm drunk" I said "you're inebriated lady" In the rainbow-coloured coat KEVIN BROWN, Heaton, Newcastle
For the desperate - or inebriated - looking for cheap, post-pub scares, this will do.