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inebriant

[ in-ee-bree-uhnt, ih-nee- ]
/ ɪnˈi bri ənt, ɪˈni- /
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noun

an intoxicant.

adjective

inebriating; intoxicating.

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Origin of inebriant

1810–20; <Latin inēbriant- (stem of inēbrians, present participle of inēbriāre to make drunk), equivalent to in-in-2 + ēbri(us) drunk + -ant--ant
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British Dictionary definitions for inebriant

inebriant
/ (ɪnˈiːbrɪənt) /

adjective

causing intoxication, esp drunkenness

noun

something that inebriates
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Medical definitions for inebriant

inebriant
[ ĭn-ēbrē-ənt ]

adj.

Serving to intoxicate.

n.

An intoxicant.
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