In the far past the great disgrace of our profession was the inebriety of its men.
It was thus that for years he had dealt with his brother-in-laws' inebriety.
There is, in fact, in the matter of inebriety, white magic and black magic; wine is only white magic.
He believes that we do not sufficiently study the origin of inebriety.
Such was Simon Girty, in the first stage of his inebriety, no outward sign of which was visible.
It was called 'inebriety,' and was an unblushing imitation of Pope.
Field indignantly repelled the suggestion that Nye's indiscretion was due to inebriety, but traced it to his bad health.
His eyes, his unsteady walk, all announced a high stage of inebriety.
But he stopped suddenly, as if he comprehended, despite his inebriety, that he was in danger of going too far and doing some harm.
Some three months after this he died, in a sad state of inebriety.