A person who is intoxicated, especially one who is habitually drunk. (noun)
To cause to be drunk. (verb)
Examples of word inebriate
Like the sparkle of the red wine to the inebriate are the seductive influences of the ballroom.
Bones evade her as he did us at such moments, or would he save our reputation, and consent, for the moment, to accept her as a new kind of inebriate?
But Roger felt far otherwise; and this sudden qualm of conscience once quelled (I will say there seemed much of palliation in the matter), a kind of inebriate feeling of delight filled his mind, and Steady Acton plodded on to the meadow yonder, half a mile a-head, in a species of delirious complacency.
Until my recent trip to Anchorage, Alaska, I had never heard the term "Chronic Public Inebriate," yet in Alaska the word "inebriate" is spoken everywhere.
Yet in Alaska the word "inebriate" is spoken everywhere.