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  • n. Plural form of inebriant.


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  • I did not approve of the way he treated you, and his use of inebriants opened him to the portals of darkness.

    Surrender the Dark

  • Of course, we already started the rudimentary discussion about inebriants when he was four.

    Gender Part 1: Boys Don't Cry

  • Sure, that led me into many settings where inebriants flowed, but my reasoning was strictly practical.

    Barbara Ehrenreich: Boys Just Want to Have Fun

  • The use of Bhang doubtless dates from the dawn of civilisation, whose earliest social pleasures would be inebriants.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • They were not on the list of recommended inebriants.

    Beowulf's Children

  • [FN#22] As has been seen, acids have ever been and are still administered as counter-inebriants, while hot spices and sweets greatly increase the effect of Bhang, opium, henbane, datura &c.

    Arabian nights. English

  • Epiphany movement, with Toscanini's pulling out anything like restraints, so that trumpets, strings, battery, and tympani can revel in drunken splendor, a tenor trombone enacting the reeling stupors of the inebriants.

    Audiophile Audition Headlines

  • The history of marijuana is ancient, with deep roots in early human cultures that used inebriants to propel their searching minds beyond the ken of utilitarian living and launch their awe-awakening consciousness into the troposphere of imaginative musings.

    Aspen Times - Top Stories

  • As for the trash, I looked myself yesterday, and at the Embarcadero access point, darned clean (except 10 older non-students, who one might call chronic inebriants, where having a nice beer-bash). stories

  • "Chronic inebriants" are a grim and disturbing fact of life in San Francisco.



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