Koon: Because I believed that this individual was under the influence of some intoxicant.
The use of cannabis as an intoxicant began to take hold in America in the early 1900s.
As an intoxicant, rum is practically a soft drink beside power.
Now, cheese on an empty mouse stomach acts as an intoxicant.
A powder, prepared from tobacco, for the purpose of being sniffed up the nose as a stimulant or intoxicant.
Royal was teasing me, sure of my refusal to indulge in any intoxicant.
Samshoo, a fiery distillation from rice, is the intoxicant of Japan, and was that of China before opium took its place.
Upon such occasions the only intoxicant was tobacco or dakka.
You have seen that the sub-regions of earth supply an intoxicant.
Taste not again of any intoxicant; let your recent lesson be your last.
intoxicant in·tox·i·cant (ĭn-tŏk'sĭ-kənt)
An agent that intoxicates, especially an alcoholic beverage.