intoxicant


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in·tox·i·cant

(in-tok'si-kant),
1. Having the power to intoxicate.
2. An intoxicating agent, such as alcohol.

intoxicant

(ĭn-tŏk′sĭ-kənt)
n.
An agent that intoxicates, especially an alcoholic beverage.

in·tox′i·cant adj.

in·tox·i·cant

(in-tok'si-kănt)
1. Having the power to intoxicate.
2. An intoxicating agent, such as alcohol.
Synonym(s): toxicant.
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And if we can't suppress our desire to get high any more effectively than we can suppress our desire for breakfast, the University of California, Los Angeles, researcher reasoned, we should be trying to develop the safest intoxicants possible.
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Additional Deputy Commissioner Rana Arshad Ali banned the sale of intoxicant tobacco in the radius of 100 metres of schools and colleges.
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