Words and phrases that have a meaning related to intoxicate:   (126 results)

cast down, deject, demoralize, depress, dismay, dispirit, get down

Often used in the same context:
bewitch, stupefy, beguile, gratify, enrapture, quaff, nauseate, inhale, imbibe, mesmerize, ravish, hypnotise, disenchant, mesmerise, effervesce, astonish, enchant, tantalize, seduce, fornicate, psychoactive substance, efface, drink, camomile tea, spellbind, coarsen, deprave, scandalize, hypnotize, snort, womanize, hallucinate, irritate, sip, guzzle, swills, edify, snigger, cloy, scintillate, tantalise, amuse, derange, ennoble, titillate, anthropomorphize, ingest, caffiene, captivate, perfuming, deflower, mythologize, transmute, indulge, becloud, befoul, stultify, glugged, addled, defile, adulterate, transmogrify, mortify, enlighten, carouse, scandalise, tyrannize, chasten, overdrink, tickle, cultivate, engorging, despoil, astound, incapacitate, embitter, overawe, awaken, caress, glamourize, soused, copulate, wallow, jimsonweed, tippling, blaspheme, satirise, subjugate, anaesthetise, enrich, betray, imbue, brutalise, propitiated, exhilarate, arouse, slakes, delude, deify, slurp, perplex, philosophise

More specific:
befuddle, exalt, exhilarate, fuddle, puff, thrill

Appears in the definition of:
intoxicant, intoxicating, load

More general:
affect, poison

elate, inebriate, lift up, pick up, soak, uplift

Also try:
— Adjectives for intoxicate: fair, little, new, public, first

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Book See intoxicate used in context: 15 rhymes, several books and articles.

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