inebriety

Ebriety vs Inebriety - What's the difference?

ebriety | inebriety |


As nouns the difference between ebriety and inebriety

is that ebriety is (uncountable) the state of intoxication, drunkenness while inebriety is the state of being inebriated; inebriation, drunkenness.

Inebriety vs Infatuation - What's the difference?

inebriety | infatuation | Related terms |

Inebriety is a related term of infatuation.


As nouns the difference between inebriety and infatuation

is that inebriety is the state of being inebriated; inebriation, drunkenness while infatuation is the act of infatuating; the state of being infatuated; folly; that which infatuates.

Intoxication vs Inebriety - What's the difference?

intoxication | inebriety | Related terms |

Intoxication is a related term of inebriety.


As nouns the difference between intoxication and inebriety

is that intoxication is a poisoning, as by a spirituous or a narcotic substance while inebriety is the state of being inebriated; inebriation, drunkenness.

Taxonomy vs Inebriety - What's the difference?

taxonomy | inebriety |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and inebriety

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while inebriety is the state of being inebriated; inebriation, drunkenness.

Inebriety vs Inebriacy - What's the difference?

inebriety | inebriacy | Synonyms |

Inebriety is a synonym of inebriacy.


As nouns the difference between inebriety and inebriacy

is that inebriety is the state of being inebriated; inebriation, drunkenness while inebriacy is (rare|dated) the state or characteristic of drunkenness, especially as a persistent conditionoxford english dictionary , 2nd ed, 1989.

Drunkenness vs Inebriety - What's the difference?

drunkenness | inebriety |


As nouns the difference between drunkenness and inebriety

is that drunkenness is a state of being drunk while inebriety is the state of being inebriated; inebriation, drunkenness.

Inebriation vs Inebriety - What's the difference?

inebriation | inebriety |


As nouns the difference between inebriation and inebriety

is that inebriation is the state or characteristic of drunkenness while inebriety is the state of being inebriated; inebriation, drunkenness.

Inebriety vs Inebriate - What's the difference?

inebriety | inebriate |

Inebriety is a derived term of inebriate.


As nouns the difference between inebriety and inebriate

is that inebriety is the state of being inebriated; inebriation, drunkenness while inebriate is a person who is intoxicated, especially one who is habitually drunk.

As a verb inebriate is

to cause to be drunk; to intoxicate.

As a adjective inebriate is

intoxicated; drunk.