Intoxication [noun]

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They booked him for violation of the emergency order, public intoxication and resisting arrest.

Now, Harmon watched her irises shaking involuntarily, a sign of intoxication.

He said he walked out the next morning with a booking document for “public intoxication” and a ticket for seditious language in his pocket.

In smoking, they swallow the fumes of the tobacco which causes intoxication for a time.

That last moment, as she stepped lightly over the threshold of the library, was a sort of climax to the intoxication of youth.

The courts are still more reluctant to admit intoxication as an excuse for criminal acts.

When she thought that he was there at hand, waiting for her, she grew numb with the intoxication of expectancy.

The danger of collapse was past for the present, but the deep sleep of utter intoxication still clung to the ruler of Asturia.

He counts as nothing the consideration of the help that genius can draw from the ideas suggested by intoxication of hashish.

"She must be made to know the full intoxication of hope," Felix proceeded in his clear and cutting voice.