Origin of intoxicant
OTHER WORDS FROM intoxicantnon·in·tox·i·cant, adjective
Words nearby intoxicant
How to use intoxicant in a sentence
The mixture of giddy vulnerability and sharp improv can be an intoxicant, a solid replacement for the kind you’d normally be purchasing throughout a barhopping evening.We can’t go to a bar now. So these NYU grads simulated one — and it’s wildly popular.|Travis Andrews|April 9, 2021|Washington Post
The use of cannabis as an intoxicant began to take hold in America in the early 1900s.
Sikhs are also not supposed to consume alcohol, which is viewed as a distracting intoxicant.
Koon: Because I believed that this individual was under the influence of some intoxicant.L.A. Riots Anniversary: Stacey Koon’s Disturbing Testimony|Christine Pelisek|April 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
She could have swooned, so intoxicant was her wonder and her solemn joy and her yearning after righteousness in love.Hilda Lessways|Arnold Bennett
The fever of the game flamed in her cheeks and eyes, and it got into her blood and into her brain like an intoxicant.The Awakening and Selected Short Stories|Kate Chopin
Royal was teasing me, sure of my refusal to indulge in any intoxicant.Patchwork|Anna Balmer Myers
The giving, selling, or trading of any sort of intoxicant to the Indians was absolutely prohibited.Corporal Cameron|Ralph Connor
Whether the wine or the dance were the chief intoxicant, a tipsiness of mood prevailed everywhere.What Will People Say?|Rupert Hughes