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Lewis : inebrio

inebrio, ĭnēbrĭo, āvi, ātum, 1, v. a., to make drunk, inebriate (poet. and post-Aug.). Lit.: palma vescentes inebriat, Plin. 12, 22, 47, § 103; id. 14, 1, 3, § 17; Sen. Ep. 83, 27.

Transf., of colors, to saturate' amethystum inebriatur Tyrio, Plin. 9, 41, 65, § 139.

Of plants: inebriatae radices, i. q. nimis irrigatae, Plin. 17, 26, 40, § 247.

Trop.: aurem, to fill full of talk, Juv. 9, 113.