- (Of a substance) intoxicating: beware of inebriant concoctions disguised as ordinary punchMore example sentences
- It was also supposed, perhaps in consequence of this anti-inebriant quality, to render a man energetic and diligent in business and to insure peace of mind.
- This is formulated for either a tea or to be steeped in vodka for an inebriant brew.
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- An inebriating substance or agent; an intoxicant: the seedpod is a powerful inebriantMore example sentences
- It is amazing, when you get to a certain age you talk about sleep in the same way you spoke about inebriants 20 or 25 years ago
- He soon saw the ill effects of inebriants on the performance of a cavalry and promoted prohibition.
- Analogizing love to an inebriant, the heart intimates that it is beginning to recognize the alluring yet potentially dangerous effects of sexual intimacy.