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  • intoxicated ‎(comparative more intoxicated, superlative most intoxicated) Stupefied by alcohol, drunk. Stupefied by any chemical substance. See also Wikisaurus:drunk
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  • ingested mind-altering substance. intoxicated Experiencing stupefaction Experiencing the effect of a mind-altering substance stupefiedness
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  • Rhymes: -eɪʃən intoxication ‎(plural intoxications) A poisoning, as by a spirituous or a narcotic substance. He suffered acute intoxication from the combined
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  • intoxicating ‎(comparative more intoxicating, superlative most intoxicating) (of a substance) Able to intoxicate; an intoxicant. Very exciting and stimulating
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  • chemical substances such as alcohol. (to stupefy): inebriate intoxication To stupefy by doping with chemical substances such as alcohol intoxicate ‎(comparative
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  • declension) (medicine) intoxication (poisoning of the organism with toxic substances) organisma intoksikācija — intoxication of the body, organism jānoskaidro
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  • ‎(“dry”), German trocken ‎(“dry”). drug ‎(plural drugs) (pharmacology) A substance used to treat an illness, relieve a symptom, or modify a chemical process
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  • uncountable, plural etheromanias) an addiction to ether intoxication 1985 Sidney Cohen, The substance abuse problems, volume 2, Routledge, p181 It accounts
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  • neitralizēt organismā esošos toksīnus un izvadīt tos — in the fight against intoxication it is important to neutralize the toxins present in the body and (then)
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  • purpose of inducing pleasant sensations, mental reverie, or a state of intoxication. 2003, Dominic Streatfeild, Cocaine: An Unauthorized Biography, ISBN
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  • alcohol or another intoxicating substance into a drink. She spiked my lemonade with vodka! To add a small amount of one substance to another. The water
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  • under the influence (idiomatic) Intoxicated, inebriated, or otherwise stupefied by an ingested mind-altering substance, typically alcohol; drunk. He was
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  • collective noun for larks. 1989, Ronald K. Siegel, Intoxication: The Universal Drive for Mind-Altering Substances, Park Street Press (2009), ISBN 1594770697,
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  • alcoholically intoxicated Иҫерек килеш машина йөрөтөү.‎ Iθerek kileš mašina yörötöw. Driving while intoxicated. (rare) intoxicated by any other substance, such
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  • plural stones or stone) (see usage notes) (uncountable) A hard earthen substance that can form large rocks. 2013 June 8, “Obama goes troll-hunting”,
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  • high, past participle gotten high) (idiomatic) To intoxicate oneself with drugs or other substances I get high with a little help from my friends - Beatles
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  • water ‎(countable and uncountable, plural waters) (uncountable) A substance (of molecular formula H₂O) found at room temperature and pressure as a
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  • toxico- +‎ -mania Rhymes: -eɪniə toxicomania ‎(plural toxicomanias) an insane desire for poisonous or intoxicating substances desire for intoxicants
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  • From on + acid, referring to the intoxicating substance. on acid (idiomatic, informal) Exaggerated, bizarre or unpredictable. Also used as adverb. on
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  • They smoke kief, you know.’ The trichome of marijuana, a green powdery substance that falls from dry marijuana high in THC and other cannabinoid compounds
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