Origin of intoxicate
OTHER WORDS FROM intoxicatein·tox·i·ca·ble [in-tok-si-kuh-buhl], /ɪnˈtɒk sɪ kə bəl/, adjectivein·tox·i·ca·tor, noun
Words nearby intoxicate
How to use intoxicate in a sentence
Former Kansas City Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid was charged with driving while intoxicated in connection to the multiple-vehicle crash that severely injured a young girl in February, three days before the Super Bowl.Former Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid charged with felony DWI for February crash|Mark Maske|April 12, 2021|Washington Post
In April, Kauai Mayor Derek Kawakami called a Florida man a “covidiot” after the man arrived on the island intoxicated and without any proof of accommodations in an effort to get away with quarantine rules.
Lest you be martyred slaves of Time, intoxicate yourselves, be drunken without cease!Charles Baudelaire, His Life|Thophile Gautier
She threw him one of those glances that intoxicate like wine.The Child of Pleasure|Gabriele D'Annunzio
The servant here observed that such a quantity of wine in the morning might intoxicate rather than benefit.
And no praise can say more for this marvellous man than the fact that the incense burned at his shrine did not intoxicate him.Chapters on Jewish Literature|Israel Abrahams
This is a sample of the spiritual wine we have talked of—something to elevate and intoxicate.