inebriation


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inebriation

noun alcoholism, bacchanalianism, bibulosity, bibulousness, dipsomania, drunkenness, inebriety, influence of liquor, insobriety, intemperance, intoxication, potation
Associated concepts: driving while intoxicated, drunken driving, under the influence of alcohol
See also: dipsomania
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Out in the Caribbean there had been dozens of them banging Red Stripe cans together, and at The WACA the colossal stands had reverberated to the sound of jubilant English voices singing in what passes for harmony when helped by a modicum of inebriation.
So long, of course, that those regrets don't involve extreme inebriation, violence or physical acts of a grotesque and revolting kind.
They are already likely to get a pub ban for trouble they cause on licensed premises - it's high time they suffer a similar fate for bad behaviour when their inebriation results in them having to go to hospital.
In reality, drinking to inebriation makes people vulnerable.
In order to address these specific criticisms over 600 anecdotal accounts of Amanita muscaria inebriation and poisonings were collected and analyzed to determine the impact of preparation on Amanita muscaria inebriation.
Extreme inebriation is often seen as a source of personal esteem and social affirmation amongst young people," Prof Griffin said.
Mariah Carey's explanation of her public inebriation became 24/7 news.
The alcohol comes as freely as the food and believe it or not, there's no sign of inebriation anywhere -- there's only a convivial chatter.
This unique soda stimulates a positive mood, increases mental clarity and reduces stress without causing inebriation or any negative side effects.
But the player concerned is exactly the kind of occasional drinker who would suffer if King's inebriation was allowed to ruin it for his Premier League colleagues.
Is it a nod to the cold Canadian climate, possible inebriation (Lull depicts a teen removing the label from a beer bottle), or an erotic token?
Bush said, "Wall Street got drunk", without seemingly being aware that his government, so intent on deregulating government's supervisory role, was a very big part of the reason for economic inebriation.