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Word Meanings - TIPPLED - Book Publishers vocabulary database

Intoxicated; inebriated; tipsy; drunk. Dryden.

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    1. The state of being drunken with, or as with, alcoholic liquor; intoxication; inebriety; -- used of the casual state or the habit. The Lacedemonians trained up their children to hate drunkenness by bringing a drunken man into their company. I.
    The condition of being inebriated; intoxication; figuratively, deprivation of sense and judgment by anything that exhilarates, as success. Sir T. Browne. Preserve him from the inebriation of prosperity. Macaulay. Syn. -- See Drunkenness.
    1. Overcome by strong drink; intoxicated by, or as by, spirituous liquor; inebriated. Drunken men imagine everything turneth round. Bacon. 2. Saturated with liquid or moisture; drenched. Let the earth be drunken with our blood. Shak. 3. Pertaining
    The state of being intoxicated; intoxication; drunkenness.
    tipple; cf. Prov. G. tips drunkenness, betipst drunk, tipsy. See 1. Being under the influence of strong drink; rendered weak or foolish by liquor, but not absolutely or completely drunk; fuddled; intoxicated. 2. Staggering, as if from intoxication;
    or poison; pref. in- in + L. toxicum a poison in which arrows were 1. Intoxicated. 2. Overexcited, as with joy or grief. Alas, good mother, be not intoxicate for me; I am well enough. Chapman.
    A poisoning, as by a spirituous or a narcotic substance. 2. The state of being intoxicated or drunk; inebriation; ebriety; drunkenness; the act of intoxicating or making drunk. 2. A high excitement of mind; an elation which rises to enthusiasm,
    1. Intoxicated with, or as with, strong drink; inebriated; drunken; - - never used attributively, but always predicatively; as, the man is drunk . Be not drunk with wine, where in is excess. Eph. v. 18. Drunk with recent prosperity. Macaulay.
    1. To make drunk; to intoxicate. The cups That cheer but not inebriate. Cowper. 2. Fig.: To disorder the senses of; to exhilarate or elate as if by spirituous drink; to deprive of sense and judgment; also, to stupefy. The inebriating effect of
    The state of being drunk; drunkenness. Gower.
    One who habitually drinks strong liquors immoderately; one whose habit it is to get drunk; a toper; a sot. The drunkard and glutton shall come to poverty. Prov. xxiii. 21.
    Producing intoxication; as, intoxicating liquors.
    In a drunken manner. Shak.
    Utterly drunk; very drunk. Chaucer.
    Poisoning, or the state of being poisoned, from toxic substances produced within the body; autotoxæmia.


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