Words nearby caffeinated
How to use caffeinated in a sentence
Take, for example, his fascination with the theory that Europe’s 17th-century cultural revolutions were sparked by a switch from drunken to caffeinated brains.
A caffeinated beverage might help — but not too late in the day, because it could adversely affect your overnight sleep.Nap time is the new coffee break. Here’s how to make the most of it.|Galadriel Watson|February 1, 2021|Washington Post
So in the afternoon, I help myself to a mix of spices, herbs, flowers, and citrus to make a non-caffeinated drink that fits my mood.Mix your own delicious herbal tea using leftover spices|By Kristy Mucci/Saveur|December 4, 2020|Popular-Science
A “caffeine nap,” or a quick cup of something caffeinated followed by a nap, outperforms both a nap or caffeine independently.
The lightly caffeinated beverage tapered my appetite while ensuring I had some nutrition.
“Cutting back on caffeinated and alcoholic beverages and increasing exercise can also improve sleep patterns,” she says.
Several espresso-mobiles (a brilliant innovation) were set up to keep the crowd caffeinated.
[Vogue U.K.] Caffeinated Perfume—the Newest Way to Stay Awake: Forget the coffee and energy drinks.Cara Delevingne's Face Gets Made Into a Cake; Harper's Bazaar U.K. to Launch Online Exhibit Featuring Model Self-Portraits|The Fashion Beast Team|August 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for caffeinated
- with no natural caffeine removed
- with added caffeine