Like the intoxication and the power you would feel if you were suddenly an all-knowing entity.
When Jerry Lee was taken home and his car was towed from the ditch, the deputies forgot to administer a test for intoxication.
Nearly anything goes for the living sculptures—except no intoxication is allowed, of course.
A law-enforcement official told CNN that Rockefeller was coherent and showed no sign of intoxication.
Sutherland is perhaps the most righteous in his intoxication of all the celebrities known to conspicuously imbibe.
Every language has an immense number of metaphors to describe the various stages of intoxication.
She recognised all the intoxication and the anguish that had almost killed her.
They began to reflect and examine the philosophy of intoxication.
"The intoxication she means," thought Fred, and the color rose to his face.
Like other forms of intoxication, the effect soon wears off.
c.1400, intoxigacion "poisoning," from Medieval Latin intoxicationem (nominative intoxicatio) "poisoning," noun of action from past participle stem of intoxicare (see intoxicate). Meaning "drunkenness" is from 1640s.
intoxication in·tox·i·ca·tion (ĭn-tŏk'sĭ-kā'shən)
The pathological state produced by a drug, serum, alcohol, or any toxic substance; poisoning.
A state of mental excitement or emotional frenzy.