inebriate (v.)

late 15c., from Latin inebriatus, past participle of inebriare "to make drunk," from in- "in" (from PIE root *en "in") + ebriare "make drunk," from ebrius "drunk," probably from PIE root *hegwh- "to drink." Related: Inebriated; inebriating. Also used in 19c. English were inebriacy (1842); inebriant, noun (1808) and adjective (1828); inebriety (1801); and inebrious (1711). Old English used indrencan as a loan-translation of Latin inebriare.

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Definitions of inebriate from WordNet
inebriate (v.)
fill with sublime emotion;
He was inebriated by his phenomenal success
Synonyms: exhilarate / tickle pink / thrill / exalt / beatify
inebriate (v.)
make drunk (with alcoholic drinks);
Synonyms: intoxicate / soak
inebriate (v.)
become drunk or drink excessively;
Synonyms: souse / soak / hit it up
inebriate (n.)
a chronic drinker;
Synonyms: drunkard / drunk / rummy / sot / wino