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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Exhaustion, self-denial-indulgence, plus inebriation allow us to traverse the porous border between truth and fiction.
According to Chilton, 53 mg was sufficient to produce psychoactive effects, while a dose of 93 mg produced a strong inebriation, including a brief bout of vomiting.
Extreme inebriation is often seen as a source of personal esteem and social affirmation amongst young people," Prof Griffin said.
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.
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?
Using stencils, he spray-paints additional bikini babes on top, though he never covers the original image fully, as if some of the cheerful and almost manic delusion it sells, some of its promise of sex and inebriation, is important to him.
We may enjoy the dubious honour of being the biggest binge-drinkers in Europe, but at least our predilection for inebriation is complemented by our generosity.
A chaotic life of easy inebriation and casual violence is something no child should endure.
The narrative is closely woven around eye-witness accounts of track layers falling into underground lakes, marching the wrong way for miles, fighting off the increasingly threatening Sioux led by Sitting Bull, and taking casualties among the men from weather, inebriation, and Indian fighting.
Nearly 18 percent cite past or current alcohol abuse, which includes repeatedly missing work because of inebriation and driving while drunk.
They come to the emergency department and recover from inebriation quickly.