Inebriated [adjective]

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For my sword is inebriated in heaven: behold it shall come down upon Idumea, and upon the people of my slaughter unto judgment.

Reading mathematics, as I'm a slightly inebriated Christian!

Dr. Manley said, "while I attended him he never was inebriated."

The man was sleeping the sleep of the just, or, to speak more correctly, of the just inebriated.

They had a way, too, of letting him settle his own disputes with inebriated gentlemen who refused to pay their fares.

Inebriated with the cup of bliss which I had only tasted, I began to repent me of my promise to leave Womla.

Soon the tumult of the inebriated made us forget the roaring of the sea which threatened to ingulf us.

It was when inebriated that he killed one Mr. James Sinclair, 1727, and was within an ace of being hanged for the same.

Then the public houses close, p. 105and the people who have been inebriated, if not cheered, stagger howling by.

When he and Joe left the tavern that night it would have taken an expert to tell which was the more inebriated.