What made for an intoxicating courtship, however, resulted in a troubled marriage.
The worldwide energy for soccer right now is intoxicating, and many of us have been World Cup zombies since June 12.
The romantic solidarity of the masses in Tahrir Square is intoxicating, but deeply impractical.
An Arab legend has it that the intoxicating effects of hashish were discovered by an ascetic monk in 1155.
The residents of Arkansas decide Tuesday whether to legalize the sale of an intoxicating substance statewide.
Natives use liquor not for health but solely for intoxicating purposes.
"Stone-wall" was a most intoxicating mixture of cider and rum.
We know of a working-man who on the eve of his marriage signed a promise to abstain from intoxicating liquor.
It was her first experience of power; and it was intoxicating.
A female or two were the worse for liquor, but otherwise by that time the intoxicating stage had not been gained.
intoxicate in·tox·i·cate (ĭn-tŏk'sĭ-kāt')
v. in·tox·i·cat·ed, in·tox·i·cat·ing, in·tox·i·cates
To stupefy or excite, as by the action of a chemical substance such as alcohol.