With but short intervals of dozing she would draw him to her embrace, and intoxicate him with her caresses.
Their name, their garb, and work did so intoxicate and bewitch me.'
Had not the ear of that slave drunk in the same flattering words, as were now intended to intoxicate and ravish him?
She threw him one of those glances that intoxicate like wine.
It proceeds to intoxicate itself, and its head turns amidst the debauch.
How much wine and blood he had poured to intoxicate himself, but all in vain.
The servant here observed that such a quantity of wine in the morning might intoxicate rather than benefit.
The sense of freedom seemed to intoxicate him, and the infection seized me too.
Once the poetry has been written, it is quite natural that you should intoxicate each other without consideration for me.
It was a bright spring morning, one of those days which intoxicate one.
intoxicate in·tox·i·cate (ĭn-tŏk'sĭ-kāt')
v. in·tox·i·cat·ed, in·tox·i·cat·ing, in·tox·i·cates
To stupefy or excite, as by the action of a chemical substance such as alcohol.