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  1. Her destiny began to intoxicate her.
  2. You intoxicate me, Miss Steele, and you calm me.
  3. The distillation would intoxicate me also, but I shall not let it.
  4. Alcohol would only intoxicate a man, but it was raw poison to my family.
  5. There are sudden revelations which one cannot bear, and which intoxicate like baleful wine.

  6. The jades are very charming, their poison which bewitched me would intoxicate Monsieur Orfila.
  7. He forced himself to step forward, ignoring the rush of power that threatened to intoxicate him.
  8. Every art, from architecture to poetry, is enlisted, in order to move and intoxicate the human soul.
  9. This proves how low Newtonians can go to solicit absolute fraud and intoxicate student’s minds in.
  10. Some plants daze or narcotize or intoxicate the fish but most have the effect of taking oxygen from the water so that the fish come to the surface in search of aerated water.
  11. It is only thus that we can explain that terrible tension with which the men of our time incline to intoxicate themselves with wine, tobacco, opium, cards, the reading of newspapers, travelling, all kinds of spectacles, and amusements.
  12. Blood and power intoxicate; they aid the development of callousness and debauchery; the mind then becomes capable of the most abnormal cruelty in the form of pleasure; the man and the citizen disappear for ever in the tyrant; and then a return to human dignity, repentance, moral resurrection, becomes almost impossible.
  13. On the way the recruits went on an uninterrupted spree, in which they were not interfered with by their elders, who felt that going to such a mad business as the one to which the recruits were going, abandoning their wives and mothers and renouncing everything holy to them, in order to become somebody's senseless instruments of murder, was too painful a matter, if they did not intoxicate themselves with liquor.
  14. All these temptations are so great that they evidently intoxicate the author: he succumbs to them, and, though he continues to work out his novels as regards their forms, and does it even better than before, and even loves what he describes, he no longer loves what he describes because it is good and moral, that is, because it is loved by everybody, and hates what he describes not because it is bad and despised by everybody, but only because one thing accidentally pleases and another displeases him.
  15. The religious superstition is encouraged by establishing, with money taken from the people, temples, processions, memorials, and festivals, which, aided by painting, architecture, music, and incense, intoxicate the people, and above all by the support of the clergy, whose duty consists in brutalizing the people and keeping them in a permanent state of stupefaction by their teaching, the solemnity of their services, their sermons, and their interference in private life—at births, deaths, and marriages.

  1. I smelt his intoxicating smell.
  2. His scent was far too intoxicating.
  3. This poon potion, more intoxicating.
  4. Never polluted, and never intoxicating.
  5. Your scent’s intoxicating, he said.
  6. Life was suddenly infinitely intoxicating.
  7. The kiss was intoxicating and I loved it!.
  8. She found it intoxicating and opened her mouth.
  9. The smell of it was overwhelming, intoxicating.
  10. The smell of her was intoxicating in my nostrils.
  11. It was intoxicating, sensual, and it felt so natural.
  12. It was even odder that they consumed intoxicating drink.
  13. The smell of leather and his aftershave was intoxicating.
  14. Monette had put to sleep with her intoxicating sensuality.
  15. Lack of sleep can have an intoxicating effect on your body.
  16. It was intoxicating to feel so need by someone so quickly.
  17. The scent she wore was heady and intoxicating, leaving his.
  18. The warm drink, Tesh, was tasty and he guessed, intoxicating.
  19. Smell the sweet fragrance of romance’s intoxicating perfume.
  20. The strong smell in the room was more intoxicating than ever.
  21. The air was icy cold and fragrantly fresh, almost intoxicating.
  22. Between the whiskey and the intoxicating effect of Marie, Alex.
  23. That’s because of the intoxicating effects, Garcia said.
  24. The child became more and more drawn into the intoxicating tale.
  25. He buried his face in her hair and found the scent intoxicating.
  26. The smell of the high-octane aviation fuel was almost intoxicating.
  27. They are drunk on the intoxicating desire for the mystique of power.
  28. He finished his drink with a final shot, the intoxicating effect of.
  29. Fletcher walked over and smelled the pot, the aroma was intoxicating.
  30. Interpretation: The Three of Cups proposes intoxicating height s of.
  31. Her voice was like the March breeze that was so gentle and intoxicating.
  32. What spilled out into the room was the intoxicating spell of his dreams.
  33. Ideas that, mingling streams, poured such an ocean of intoxicating bliss.
  34. And then the smel that intoxicating scent of my most pleasant dream, Adi.
  35. Just climbing behind the wheel could have been so intoxicating that the.
  36. Breathing was overrated compared to feeling Samir’s intoxicating kisses.
  37. His cologne wafted her direction, an intoxicating mix of spice, musk and man.
  38. My breathing became uneven, and his breath mingled with mine, intoxicating me.
  39. But the intoxicating feeling of triumph subsided rather quickly and Tom felt low.
  40. He gasped several times, feeling the intoxicating air sweeping down to his lungs.
  41. The smell of love was much more intoxicating and delicious than the smell of fear.
  42. The sound of her heart was intoxicating, even more now that it accelerated in fear.
  43. The heavy smell of stale grease replaced with the intoxicating scent of a dark roast.
  44. She closed her eyes and drew in a long intoxicating breath that made her mouth water.
  45. She smelled an intoxicating mix of floral scents as they passed a cluster of flowers.
  46. The music was intoxicating, and I was having the time of my life without a worry in mind.
  47. Her perfume smelled fantastic, intoxicating - it was Channel with a hint of boiling rage.
  48. Through it all, I remained passive even though the scent of their blood was intoxicating.
  49. There was wheat and there were weeds, and one clump of the weeds had an intoxicating smell.
  50. The nation, like some individuals, could not bear the intoxicating influence of prosperity.
  51. The euphoria that he produced was vivid and the effects on the audiences were intoxicating.
  52. Norka’s Special is green and cold and refreshing and mildly intoxicating, and delicious.
  53. Her into the dignity of a calico dress and starched white turban was an intoxicating affair.
  54. He wanted to smell her, he wanted to capture as much of that intoxicating smell as he could.
  55. All their activity, past, present, and future, is stimulated by a like intoxicating influence.
  56. The feeling of making $1,500 in minutes was intoxicating, but also dangerous to his portfolio.
  57. Her smell is intoxicating and her body looks so dam hot I could spend years just pleasuring it.
  58. It would be intoxicating if it weren't for the visceral fear of mutilation and death it induces.
  59. I inhaled his intoxicating scent; gently stoking the hair on his nape You seem a little tense.
  60. His body still felt as hard and warm as I remembered, his scent still as potent and intoxicating.
  61. All he could smell was a mingling of his scent and the remnants of Joyce’s intoxicating perfume.
  62. The descent into matter is a drug, which may be poisoning or healing, intoxicating or illuminating.
  63. Even though I was losing my sensitivity to temperature, I felt his warmth and it was intoxicating.
  64. The deeper she breathed to clear her head, the more his intoxicating cologne fill her every senses.
  65. She ducks her head to look up at him through her eyelashes, her green eyes bright and intoxicating.
  66. The Sun's intoxicating warmth soon fades away, however, and yesterday's darkness returns thereafter.
  67. His presence filled the entire room, along with an intoxicating aftershave that was making her crazy.
  68. After a few more deep breaths, without his intoxicating cologne, she was ready to go in to the meeting.
  69. They were intentionally in a heady spin of opulence and intoxicating revelry, life after all should 78.
  70. We were running through tall grass, and the scent of a thousand different flowers made the air intoxicating.
  71. Its life-giving power was intoxicating, and Jeremiah began to long to keep this joyous ecstasy all to himself.
  72. In California, drinking intoxicating cement is prohibited and elementary schools can’t host poker tournaments.
  73. We took turns drinking each other's blood, and it was so intoxicating that we had to work to focus on our mission.
  74. For several minutes I waited, breathing in the sweet and intoxicating scent of the flowers on the huckleberry bush.
  75. Beth arrived bubbling with exuberance about Puriscal, the feisty stallion and the intoxicating charm of La Hacienda.
  76. He knew they were brands of intoxicating beverages, Oh no thank you, He said, I’ve got to keep traveling.
  77. He polished off the cup of grog, which gave a nice warm feeling in the guts, but he felt little intoxicating effect.
  78. Swallowing pill after intoxicating pill served only to increase tension in the midst of already electrifying horror.
  79. The cavity filled with an intoxicating smoke, and after a while he lay back on the mucosa beneath him and fell asleep.
  80. The Witness is thoroughly evangelical, and a strenuous advocate of total abstinence from intoxicating drinks and tobacco.
  81. He rose and looked down at her, using the velvet voice again he asked, What is it, little one? Her scent was intoxicating.
  82. She was in a dressing gown or tea gown, white and clinging and full of intoxicating hints and glimpses of all the beauties of her figure.
  83. It was intoxicating, and despite the fact that I hadn’t had a drink in thirty years, I was intoxicated with joy, great peace, and energy.
  84. The smell was intoxicating and soon the two of them found themselves running for the trees, hopping and skipping as though they both were 13 again.
  85. He was already awake and aware that it was Liloe from when she had first entered the hut, and he turned and drew her intoxicating body beneath him.
  86. They fell a-twittering among themselves once more, and this time their intoxicating babble was of violet seas, tawny sands, and lizard-haunted walls.
  87. I inhaled the odor of freshly overturned earth, the intoxicating smell of my work, smiled, gingerly slid out of the jeep and limped to Kendy and Matt.
  88. Do you know how intoxicating you smell, Miss Steele? he murmurs, and keeping his eyes on mine, he pushes his nose into my pubic hair and inhales.
  89. A roar filled her being with an energy she had never imagined—and it only grew stronger the more she spun over the intoxicating warmth of the water.
  90. After sniffing it through mechanical nostrils and lungs, the rocket pronounced the air of the finest vintage, ten million years old, intoxicating, but pure.
  91. If intoxicating someone to have their way with them is considered a valid means to get some by the good guys I don’t want to know what the bad guys would do.
  92. The nearness of him; the light but pleasant, intoxicating animal smell about him caused her to press herself into the hardness of the muscular body under his jumpsuit.
  93. After absorbing the gorgeous performances on stage and the intoxicating music, we’d get home about midnight: elated, drunk on the experience - and get out the wine.
  94. Spring was in full bloom and the whole island was fragrant with thyme and, when it rained, the smells of the earth, the trees and the countryside were quite intoxicating.
  95. I leisurely walked the meandering trail through the intoxicating scent of the full-blooming roses, stopping here and there as purple and green butterflies danced around me.
  96. I kissed her again and she kissed me back willingly, as my hands molded around her waist loving what they felt, even as the feel of her pressed up against me was intoxicating.
  97. The moon and stars shone through the open window from which came the smell of the cow and chickens, yet Emory thought he smelled the girl’s perfume, a scent foreign and intoxicating.
  98. It was intoxicating and he had to restrain himself from shouting ‘Violet is dead! I’m free! I can do whatever I like!’ It was better than being drunk, although in some ways similar.
  99. Pressing her back up against the door I asked, Could you please explain this intoxicating effect that you have on me and the need to always have more that you so innocently inspire?
  100. The charm of her body, the promising mysteriousness of her indolence, went out into the night of the Placid Gulf like a fresh and intoxicating fragrance spreading out in the shadows, impregnating the air.
  1. He was god – intoxicated.
  2. Pierre was as if intoxicated.
  3. Even when you were intoxicated.
  4. In fact, she was not intoxicated.
  5. He was becoming quite intoxicated.
  6. In an intoxicated state, Blanche.
  7. They seemed glazed and intoxicated.
  8. He felt himself becoming intoxicated.
  9. Almost as if she had been intoxicated.
  10. He wasn't tired or intoxicated or anything.
  11. Intoxicated by the fever of the Well, they.
  12. He was heavily intoxicated the day that we.
  13. We don't want you getting intoxicated on it.
  14. By attending the Lady intoxicated with bliss.
  15. Rani took her seat amongst five intoxicated men.
  16. The wish to hurt is a mind intoxicated with pain.
  17. I felt its taste in my mouth and it intoxicated me.
  18. He still felt intoxicated, but more than that, he.
  19. She had a scent all of her own that intoxicated me.
  20. I stood there laughing at Akito's intoxicated state.
  21. Wingate, before that intoxicated lunatic can catch us.
  22. Michel returns, more hopelessly intoxicated than ever.
  23. It intoxicated me and I felt as though I were floating.
  24. Furthermore, since I was heavily intoxicated during the.
  25. They didn’t want to become intoxicated as they talked.
  26. He can feel disassociated from himself while intoxicated.
  27. Though not intoxicated now, their legs were still unsteady.
  28. It intoxicated me; and I opened the door that separated us.
  29. Intoxicated with their own greatness the Federal party fell.
  30. Lebedeff, who was slightly intoxicated, answered with a sigh:.
  31. Giddy and intoxicated as I was with such satiating draughts of.
  32. It seems to Werner as if all the boys around him are intoxicated.
  33. Intoxicated by the speed of Laeron’s climb he forgot the cold.
  34. She decided to ‘serve and protect’ when she was intoxicated.
  35. Consciousness intoxicated by passion (for God) becomes liberation.
  36. I was intoxicated also, and had my own sharp curves to worry with.
  37. My mother left the world with deep regret; I, being intoxicated by.
  38. The early hours found them at their most dangerous and intoxicated.
  39. It has become the intoxicated slave of its own detestable ingenuity.
  40. He returned intoxicated, and Efím began to ask him about the house.
  41. Intoxicated by its massive conglomerations, the world has lost its.
  42. This tramping to and fro soothed and at the same time intoxicated him.
  43. Her words were sincere and yet they intoxicated me with their promise.
  44. No wonder people became intoxicated by these ultimately deadly stocks.
  45. Of course, we can't allow ourselves to get intoxicated by such numbers.
  46. So what’s the police policy about being intoxicated on the job?
  47. She would under normal circumstances cook dinner but she was intoxicated.
  48. A mind intoxicated with sensuality is blind to its existence and presence.
  49. At first, love had intoxicated her; and she had thought of nothing beyond.
  50. Jerry remained stuck inside his office with an intoxicated and jealous CEO.
  51. In the presence of these lights, he proceeded like a man who is intoxicated.
  52. Fritz was a smart drunk, never driving or being in public while intoxicated.
  53. In troublous times people grow intoxicated there more on words than on wine.
  54. His first thought was that he was far too intoxicated to deal with a house fire.
  55. Anything is possible when one is intoxicated, as you neatly express it, prince.
  56. Well, now I know how to become intoxicated without tasting a drop of liquor, he.
  57. The Commodore verbally and publicly took them apart for flying while intoxicated.
  58. They were literally intoxicated with the ecstasy of their bewildered enchantment.
  59. There was a policy at the shelter that if you presented as intoxicated or if SAC.
  60. His smells of alcohol entered in my mouth and in my nostril and made me intoxicated.
  61. ROBERT: On the night of April 12, as you observed her, did Samantha seem intoxicated?
  62. When the last empty can hit the floor it sounded like a gunshot to his intoxicated ears.
  63. No, it's not the admiration of the crowd has intoxicated her, but the adoration of one.
  64. He understood, too, that the old man had left the room intoxicated with his own success.
  65. Don’t you think you may have dropped it out of your pocket whilst intoxicated?
  66. He was evidently intoxicated, and replied, striking his breast with his fist: I said so.
  67. It’s the biggest bullshit story I’ve ever heard, she stated, still intoxicated.
  68. Intoxicated by the fever of the Well, they would never stop at just obtaining the scrolls.
  69. Intoxicated with the roar of the crowd, the audience notices the words but not the meaning.
  70. My head swam as I became intoxicated by how close he was, but I kept up my false resistance.
  71. Nick’s intoxicated state must’ve been an odd addition to an already strange experience.
  72. And guys like Einstein? They were just intoxicated by our Western way of thinking, of course.
  73. Màrifa, spiritual knowledge, is essential to properly guide those who are intoxicated with.
  74. To their downfall replied a rather intoxicated Marie who had trouble raising her glass.
  75. Soon both Ivan and Timothy could see that Matthew was intoxicated and suggested they head home.
  76. Since Emily appears intoxicated, the thought of leaving her vulnerable again, delays my thirst.
  77. She had a history of drinking and left a party pretty intoxicated at the time she went missing.
  78. It has been very easy for other aggrieved social groups to be intoxicated by the cyanide of Marxism.
  79. A heavily-laden and slightly intoxicated Tommy, en route to France, entered the Tube at Oxford Circus.
  80. Weekend after graduation and I work two intoxicated manslaughters, only to find seven dead teenagers.
  81. On your one loving gesture, I could be intoxicated with romantic influence for my entire life, my love.
  82. It was Sunday evening and rather than finishing my homework, I was intoxicated by my mothers’ journal.
  83. We throw ourselves into these tragic affairs and become intoxicated with that which we are about to do.
  84. Judging by the bottle in his hand and the brightness of his face, he’s intoxicated, or on his way there.
  85. Still, though unknown to hearts intoxicated with purity, nature is always present and will not be forgotten.
  86. Last time they spoke, Clair was pretty intoxicated and didn’t seem very motivated to deal with her problem.
  87. He pulled my body close to his and savored my lips like a fine wine, but I was the one who became intoxicated.
  88. There’s evidence that the witness had been drinking, but there’s no evidence that she was intoxicated.
  89. They were like a man intoxicated with power and his desire is as the grave [sheol] that can never be satisfied.
  90. Next to him, Mitchell felt Nathan anxious; the eager tone Chance set had now fueled his intoxicated anticipation.
  91. What had attracted their attention was that the goodman was walking in a zig-zag, as though he were intoxicated.
  92. How sweet! How worried poor Captain Butler has been! And he did intoxicated by the time their babies are born.
  93. Some guards, intoxicated by absolute power and indoctrinated in racism and disgust for POWs, fell easily into sadism.
  94. And if you try expressing a hurt while intoxicated, it will lack full expression because the whole you is not there.
  95. Her beauty intoxicated me, but her youth, her fineness, so fragile for such rough hands as mine, awed and humbled me.
  96. With that, the angry and intoxicated Nord left the counter, hiccupping and bumping into things as he exited the tavern.
  97. It is because my programming is so advanced that I am able to become intoxicated and thus expound wisely on any subject.
  98. At first, intoxicated by the glory of his return, by his remarkable victories, he had peeped into the abyss of greatness.
  99. As it was, she was so intoxicated that she just went along and tried to participate in the encounter as much as she could.
  100. The rush of air in his face, the hum of the engines, and the light jump of the car beneath him intoxicated his weak brain.
  1. A house so filled with love that it intoxicates the entire town!.
  2. Children who contrive to be beautiful and contented,—that intoxicates me.
  3. The writer Colette once wrote, There are days when solitude is a heady wine that intoxicates you with freedom, others when it is a bitter tonic, and still others when it is a poison that makes you beat your head against the wall.
  4. How the past creeps when we close our eyes, how it spreads and smothers and kills our wings so that when we wake we can barely walk, how it intoxicates us, fuels our malevolence, separates us from spirit and ash, a justification, a summation, a definition which is only known to one and is poison to the soul.
  5. Here is an opinion that does not contradict the medical science but offers quite a different view: Members of the group that are considered victim of the disorder have been invaded by an immaterial entity that suppresses immediate reality and intoxicates the victim with irresistible obsessions and compulsions.
  6. Imagine me, Alexey Ivanovitch—a broken man,—not simply broken, but gone at the root, as it were; a man forced to change his whole manner of living, after twenty years of married life, wandering about the dusty roads without an object,—mind lost—almost oblivious of his own self,—and yet, as it were, taking some sort of intoxicated delight in his loneliness! Isn't it natural that if I should, at such a moment of self-forgetfulness come across a friend—even a dear friend, I might prefer to avoid him for that moment? and isn't it equally natural that at another moment I should long to see and speak with some one who has been an eye-witness of, or a partaker, so to speak, in my never-to-be-recalled past? and to rush—not only in the day, but at night, if it so happens,—to rush to the embrace of such a man?—yes, even if one has to wake him up at three in the morning to do it! I was wrong in my time, not in my estimate of my friend, though, for at this moment I feel the full rapture of success; my rash action has been successful: I have found sympathy! As for the time of night, I confess I thought it was not twelve yet! You see, one sups of grief, and it intoxicates one,—at least, not grief, exactly, it's more the condition of mind—the new state of things that affects me.

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