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inebriant

[in-ee-bree-uh nt, ih-nee-] /ɪnˈi bri ənt, ɪˈni-/
noun
1.
an intoxicant.
adjective
2.
inebriating; intoxicating.
Origin
1810-1820
1810-20; < Latin inēbriant- (stem of inēbrians, present participle of inēbriāre to make drunk), equivalent to in- in-2 + ēbri(us) drunk + -ant- -ant
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British Dictionary definitions for inebriant

inebriant

/ɪnˈiːbrɪənt/
adjective
1.
causing intoxication, esp drunkenness
noun
2.
something that inebriates
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inebriant in Medicine

inebriant in·e·bri·ant (ĭn-ē'brē-ənt)
adj.
Serving to intoxicate. n.
An intoxicant.

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