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Without ever quitting her tone of BADINAGE and playful superiority, she intoxicated me with the sense that I was necessary to her, that she was never at ease, unless I was near her, submitting to her playful tyranny.
Old Charley," who was pretty much intoxicated, and excessively red in the face, now took a seat, with an air of mock dignity, at the head of the board, and thumped furiously upon it with a decanter, calling upon the company to keep order "during the ceremony of disinterring the treasure.
He remembered how he had exulted, how jubilant, even intoxicated, he had felt when he had received the ten dollars for the first load of wheat he had hauled to Fort Scott.
When Quasimodo, who had not ceased to fight for a moment, beheld this rout, he fell on his knees and raised his hands to heaven; then, intoxicated with joy, he ran, he ascended with the swiftness of a bird to that cell, the approaches to which he had so intrepidly defended.
The greenish pallor of her skin intoxicated him, and her thin white lips had an extraordinary fascination.
As the noise and rapidity of the drumbeats increased the dancers apparently became intoxicated with the wild rhythm and the savage yells.
But consider--if I, intoxicated or not, dropped an object out of my pocket on to the ground, that object ought to remain on the ground.
For several miles Worson went on very well, at an easy gait, without apparent fatigue, for he had really great powers of endurance and was not sufficiently intoxicated to enfeeble them.
Also, I had found my way into the realm of the mind, and I was intellectually intoxicated.
Such a triumphal result would have intoxicated any other man; but he managed to keep himself in a state of delightful
Of all ebriosity, who does not prefer to be intoxicated by the air he breathes?
The man was intoxicated with the pity and tenderness of his part.