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Synonyms for toxic

Synonyms for toxic

capable of injuring or killing by poison

Antonyms for toxic

of or relating to or caused by a toxin or poison

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The groundwater is so deep in the area that there's less chance for toxic vapors to reach the surface.
Most problems are small and easy to correct, but Dearborn says that the news about toxic molds has led to some hysteria.
Tarnished does offer suggestions for those sentenced to work with toxic leaders, but Reed has the candor to admit that these suggestions may not work.
Marciano said that the objectives of the TSFP is to "increase awareness on the issue of toxics pollution in school and homes; engage the school community and parents towards preventive action; promote alternatives that are safe, affordable, and environment friendly and develop practical solutions on how to properly manage toxic-containing products and wastes.
4 million pounds of toxic pollution into the Morses Creek, which was ranked 19th in the nation for highest amount of total toxic discharges.
The resveratrol reacted with the toxic arrangements of the AE-1-42 peptide, neutralizing their toxicity.
Among toxic agents that show positive biologic effects at low doses, Calabrese sees the possibility for better drug design.
That letter says workers burned 13,810 pounds of reactive metals, such as sodium and magnesium; 450,000 gallons of fuel, including hydrazine; and toxic gases such as chlorine.
Real estate buyers can screen individual parcels for selected toxic sites that can reduce property value, impose clean up liability, or restrict property use.
We may need to re-evaluate the monitoring of waters and seafood to make sure that the most sensitive members of the population are protected from toxic exposure to domoic acid," says Levin.
In the Wood decision, Arizona adopted a "triple-trigger" or continuous trigger theory in the context of what was an underlying toxic tort bodily injury.
To the Editor: Toxic shock syndrome (TSS), which can be life threatening, is defined by clinical and laboratory evidence of fever, rash, desquamation, hypotension, and multiple organ failure caused by Staphylococcus aureus toxins.
Such uncertainty is understandable - the proposed extension of the law's reach is prompted as much by the need to generate more income from fees as by concern for the effects of toxic chemicals.
Removing old fillings does get rid of the cause of most metallic toxic secretions, but it will not eliminate the poisons already stored in your bodily tissues from years of chewing and vapor emission.