Inebriates [verb]

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Sentence/Example of Inebriates:

Should I, caught in so dire an emergency, drown my principles in the cup that cheers and inebriates?

It was now nearly day-break; but a number of wretched inebriates still pressed in and out of the flaunting entrance.

The Isle of Blasted Hopes was useless even as an asylum for inebriates.

We have simply sought to hold our position here in the grandest galaxy of extemporaneous inebriates in the wild and woolly West.

The remaining ones appear to be sand, bones, and broken bottles, with a sprinkling of inebriates and blackfellows.'

Prostitutes, paupers, and inebriates have this in common, that crime in them has taken the line of least resistance.

That which cheers and inebriates at the same time by many is much preferred to that which cheers alone.

Massachusetts has a colony for inebriates, New York is developing one, and Iowa has had one for several years.

Thus we may classify very rich, utterly poor, and irresponsible inebriates as among the hopeless.

After it, any one who chose could partake of the cup which cheers and inebriates.