Examples of intoxicant in a Sentence
The use of intoxicants and stimulants is prohibited.
He was driving under the influence of intoxicants.
Recent Examples of intoxicant from the Web
The Washington County District Attorney's Office announced Oct. 5 that evidence wasn't sufficient to charge Timeus with driving under the influence of intoxicants.
According to the complaint, Dominski smelled of intoxicants, vomited several times after being removed from her vehicle and refused to take a preliminary breath test.
Police said the dog may have ingested beer, liquor and mouthwash, but more testing is necessary to determine what intoxicants were in the animal's system.
She was arrested for fleeing the scene of an injury accident and operating under the influence of intoxicants, police said.
No undue influence, fraud or coercion was brought to bear—every attempt at violence was promptly checked by the governor—no resort was had to the evil influence of bribes or intoxicants.
He has been charged with aggravated assault while driving under the influence of an intoxicant, aggravated assault by motor vehicle and related offenses, police said.
Trespassing, Brookpark Road: A Cleveland man, 26, was caught abusing harmful intoxicants Aug. 19 at Home Depot.
Many of the approximately 1,500 ecstatic revelers displayed conspicuous amounts of flesh and brazenly ingested intoxicants at a show billed as the Seasons Music Festival.
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First Known Use of intoxicant
INTOXICANT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of intoxicant for English Language Learners
: something (such as an acoholic drink) that causes people to become excited or confused and less able to control what they say or do : an intoxicating substance
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