poison


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Synonyms for poison

Synonyms for poison

anything that is injurious, destructive, or fatal

to make physically impure

to have a destructive effect on

capable of injuring or killing by poison

Synonyms for poison

any substance that causes injury or illness or death of a living organism

anything that harms or destroys

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kill with poison

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add poison to

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kill by its poison

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administer poison to

References in classic literature ?
Strychnine is not used for domestic purposes, as some poisons are, and there are restrictions placed on its sale.
For instance, the Epipedobates tricolor (eh-pee-PED-oh-BAY-tees TRY-cuh-lor), or phantasmal poison frog, contains the chemical epibatadine (eh-pee-BATE-uh-dyn).
The original recommendation advised parents to call their child's doctor or a poison control center before giving the ipecac.
There are numerous reports of successful kidney, heart, pancreas, liver, and lung transplants using organs from people who died from acute drug or poison intoxication, the researchers noted.
But when it comes to poison ivy it is a jungle out there, and the more you know, the better.
Poison ivy can be a year 'round threat in many areas and even in places where poison ivy dies back after hard frosts, it can persist throughout the fall and emerge again in very early spring.
Poison control centers resolve about 70 percent of calls over the phone, which prevents emergency room visits, ambulance calls and hospital admissions.
The author begins the book with a review of the historical use of poisons in ancient cultures, including the Sumerians, the Egyptians, the Greeks, and the Romans, among others.
To avoid getting poison ivy, you must first learn to recognize it.
Poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac grow almost everywhere in the United States, except Hawaii, Alaska and some desert areas of Nevada.
The poison just oozes from special glands in their skin.
CS: The prison scenes in Poison were so full of visual pleasure.
When you call the poison control center, take the child and the bottle or container of poison to the phone with you.
Poison ivy leaves have three leaflets (small leaves) grouped together on a stem.
8808081 in which the Internal Revenue Service held that "poison pill" stock rights were taxable boot in an otherwise tax-free reorganization, and (2) Revenue Ruling 90-11 in which the IRS discussed the federal income tax consequences of a corporation's adoption of a poison pill plan.