مسكر, سكر, سام مسمشراب مسكر
Noun(1) a liquor or brew containing alcohol as the active agent, or drink(2) a drug that can produce a state of intoxication
Adjective(1) causing intoxication
(1) The wine back then was just a drink, not an intoxicant .(2) Alcohol is the one intoxicant that is widely available to every grown-up person in the country.(3) There, he was made to drink an intoxicant , which made unconscious.(4) Beer was the intoxicant of choice in the Colonies, just as it had been back in England.(5) Tobacco use among females was present but in oral form which is acceptable more as a medication than as an intoxicant among them.(6) The regulations also ban people from driving or being in charge of these water sport craft in Tramore Bay while under the influence of alcohol or other intoxicants .(7) What came in the wake of prohibition when it finally arrived were genuinely harmful intoxicants : heroin, morphine, hard liquor and tobacco.(8) They pointed out that many cough syrups were already being abused in the state, with young people consuming them as intoxicants .(9) Is the baby boomer electorate so puritanical that they would punish progressive politicians who voiced support for liberalizing or legalizing intoxicants , or simply marijuana?(10) For the first days of Lent, and perhaps for the entire period, devout Buddhists will abstain from intoxicants , certain foods, harsh language, deceitful deeds, and make a concentrated effort not to harm any living creature.(11) Unfortunately, and somewhat surprisingly, most Happy Hours seem to concentrate on reducing the price of the amber fluid alone, thus alienating those who either prefer the harder intoxicants or the softer liquids.(12) An attached restaurant does not serve intoxicants like tea or coffee, but you can have a delicious vegetarian buffet for less than Ôö¼├║3.(13) I had moderated my diet and avoided all intoxicants .(14) But what about other intoxicants such as cocaine, cannabis resin or even the so called harmless prescription drugs.(15) It was this article that made me - someone who has not even tried marijuana but who favors complete legalization of all intoxicants for sale and distribution to adults - want to read the whole book.(16) Similarly, nail varnish and varnish remover (acetone and esters), although strong smelling, are probably too water soluble to be intoxicants .
1. alcoholic drink ::
2. alcohol ::
3. inebriant ::
4. alcoholic beverage ::
Different Formsintoxicant, intoxicants
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