Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Drunk or partly drunk; inebriated.
  • Causing drunkenness; intoxicating.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective rare Intoxicated, or partially so; intoxicating.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective archaic intoxicated; drunk
  • adjective archaic intoxicating

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Examples

  • My Spanish friends gave a round of applause and moved me along in a packed and inebrious throng, voices raised in Bizet’s Toreador March in simultaneous French and Spanish, and finally into the blinding sun of the arena to the cheers of the roaring, bloodthirsty Romans above…out marched the glorious, crimson-clad, Toreadors de Puerco, my mind adding full symphonic orchestration to our illustrious song.

    Buzzine » Chasing the Pork in Pamplona

  • My Spanish friends gave a round of applause and moved me along in a packed and inebrious throng, voices raised in Bizet’s Toreador March in simultaneous French and Spanish, and finally into the blinding sun of the arena to the cheers of the roaring, bloodthirsty Romans above…out marched the glorious, crimson-clad, Toreadors de Puerco, my mind adding full symphonic orchestration to our illustrious song.

    Buzzine » Chasing the Pork in Pamplona

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