How to use Inebriate in a sentence as a noun

The inebriate replies that he is looking for his car keys, and the officer helps for a few minutes without success then he asks whether the man is certain that he dropped the keys near the lamppost.“No,” is the reply, “I lost the keys somewhere across the street.” “Why look here?” asks the surprised and irritated officer.

The novel-devotee is as much a slave as the opium-eater or the inebriate.

Fta:> “You’re going to roll out of a station 20 times a day to go see the same chronic inebriate, the same mentally ill guy,”You sure spend a lot of money for saving on socialized health care.

Dude, Get your *** to SF so I can buy you the many beers I owe you!I get truly excited when I see your replies, I'd love to banter in [inebriated] public!

To sum it up: EVE is no idle pastime and you do not just log into EVE and "zerg" through a few battleground inebriated without any consequences or danger.

Clubs and bars tend to be dark and the patrons inebriated.

How to use Inebriate in a sentence as a verb

There are few things I find quite so unpleasant as sitting in a noisy bar with people who are getting progressively inebriated.

Girl shows this to slightly inebriated boyfriend in bar.

We'd all have a beer or two in the afternoon and call it a day. Nobody got inebriated, weird or uncomfortable.

Steve would have said, is he inebriated?Anyhow, the $99 Logitech keyboard case is available today.

Put yourself in the mind of the people-who-want-other-people-to-get-drunk, and picture someone who can drink like a fish but won't actually get even slightly inebriated--and who purposefully put themselves in this state, instead of "just being that way." How do you feel about that person?

Inebriate definitions

noun

a chronic drinker

See also: drunkard drunk rummy wino

verb

fill with sublime emotion; "The children were thrilled at the prospect of going to the movies"; "He was inebriated by his phenomenal success"

See also: exhilarate thrill exalt beatify

verb

make drunk (with alcoholic drinks)

See also: intoxicate soak

verb

become drunk or drink excessively

See also: souse soak