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“Inebriated or sober, he could charm almost anybody; he could also, with what the New Yorker's Ian Parker called "the sudden, cutthroat withdrawal of charm", wound deeply and unnecessarily.”
“Inebriated Iraqi soldiers raided homes and arrested scores of men in the mostly Sunni district of Fadl.”
“Inebriated by the sofrito perfume, my human dinner companions gathered around the stove like hungry dogs.”
“MEXICO CITY MEXICO CITY— Inebriated drivers blowing over the legal limit routinely offer bribes to six-year-veteran cop Ernesto Martínez, who works with a team of police officers and doctors operating the "alcoholímetro," or breathalyzer.”
“Inebriated logic like this from someone of Broder's seniority and supposed stature makes it easier for serious, curious, civic-minded people to tell themselves that newspapers are expendable.”
“If I were to start drinking Jameson tonight, I would be drunker than a motherfucking skunk and I don't think world is ready for Inebriated, Crankypants Me.”
“NGUYEN: Inebriated, but he says it was cold medicine.”
“Inebriated bees typically have many more flying accidents as well.”
“Inebriated with delight, he was all ear to her charming voice, which accompanied the lute; while she was not less captivated with his descriptions of Samarah and the tower full of wonders, but especially with his relation of the adventure of the ball, and the chasm of the Giaour, with its ebony portal.”
“Many girls want to be carnal with me in many good arrangements, notwithstanding the Inebriated Kangaroo, the Gorky”
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