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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishintoxicatedin‧tox‧i‧cat‧ed /ɪnˈtɒksɪkeɪtɪd $ -ˈtɑːk-/ adjective  1 DRUNK formal drunk opp sober The driver was clearly intoxicated.2 HAPPYhappy, excited, and unable to think clearly, especially as a result of love, success, power etcintoxicated by/with He rapidly became intoxicated with his own power.intoxicate verb [transitive]intoxication /ɪnˌtɒksɪˈkeɪʃən $ -ˌtɑːk-/ noun [uncountable]
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intoxicatedJensen was found guilty of driving while intoxicated.Our policy is not to serve alcohol to anyone who is already intoxicated.We were intoxicated by victory.intoxicated by/withI was intoxicated with her - and she played me like a fish on a line.He did it because he was intoxicated by it: and he had found it for himself.While some clung to the fading dream of direct transition to socialism based on the peasantry, others became intoxicated by Marxism.Drunk on his words, intoxicated with the communication.I was intoxicated with the information he had provided me, and my bruises were forgotten.Both were intoxicated by the realization that a whole new century was about to begin.They can also go bad because they become intoxicated with their own power.
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