- n. Plural form of intoxicant.
“Avoiding alcohol and other intoxicants is the fifth of the “Five Precepts” that form the basic moral code of Buddhism.”
“Their punishment will be the natural consequences of their choice in intoxicants, whether that be loss of job, spouse, or general sloth.”
““Their punishment will be the natural consequences of their choice in intoxicants, whether that be loss of job, spouse, or general sloth””
“They steeped themselves in intoxicants, wrote nihilistic poetry, had bare knuckle brawls, and sodomized each other.”
“State law prohibits the names of "intoxicants" on license plates, but Eurick, who has had the plate for 10 years, said most people in the largely Mormon state were puzzled, not offended, by it.”
“The mores of our urban and rural populations are not the same; consequently legislation about intoxicants which is made by one of these sections of the population does not succeed when applied to the other.”
“Troopers said that when they spoke to Henderson he smelled like "intoxicants," charges allege.”
“They went for a beer run and went to find some other 'intoxicants'. ”
“He said that “this revelry in extravagant habits, this unquenchable demand for amusements, for continuous mental intoxicants” threatened to bring the nation to its knees.”
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