Examples of inebriated in a Sentence
- Three cowboys, complete with hats and six-shooters, were downing beer and blasting away at empty cans and an old television set. … Their voices—and their aim—made it clear they were totally inebriated. —Warren Faidley, Storm Chaser, 1996
- The creamery manager, it seems, staggered to his car, but was too inebriated to even start the engine … —Edna O'Brien, New Yorker, 23 Jan. 1989
- Monty Python's Terry Jones—a medieval scholar as well as an accomplished lunatic—springs from the tradition of Andersen and the brothers Grimm like a slightly inebriated chameleon, adding new color and his own whacky humor to the classic style and form of the fairy tale. —Carol Van Strum, New York Times Book Review, 16 Jan. l983
He was clearly inebriated when he left the bar.
after a night spent partying, the fraternity brothers were all severely inebriated
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This: that not one moment of vulgarity or excess diverted our attention from the music itself, not even at its most boot-stomping, inebriated moments.
Garcia reportedly appeared inebriated and began stroking his back and then squeezed his butt.
Seeing Lance getting inebriated on emotion, McMillan put him on the bench and kept him there.
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That would later be revealed to be more than just idle chatter and the ramblings of an inebriated adviser.
In the early 1990s, Lana Wood says a tormented, seemingly inebriated Dennis Davern started calling her.
When woken up by highway police, the inebriated driver claimed the car was on Autopilot.
Consider: during a recent performance of her popular Las Vegas show, the iconic vocalist was disrupted onstage when a fan managed to get past security and, in seemingly inebriated fashion, stumble to Dion.
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INEBRIATED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inebriated for English Language Learners
: affected by drinking too much alcohol
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