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Synonyms for venomous

Synonyms for venomous

Synonyms for venomous

extremely poisonous or injurious

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marked by deep ill will

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The fellow cast a venomous glance at Ghek and turned away.
There was something venomous and snakelike in the boy's black eyes.
Sabin said smoothly, "am a member of no secret society, nor am I conscious of having enemies sufficiently venomous to desire my life.
With a more subtle intention, he took the part of an insolent and venomous evoker of sinister impulses which lurk in the blind envy and exasperated vanity of ignorance, in the suffering and misery of poverty, in all the hopeful and noble illusions of righteous anger, pity, and revolt.
The venomous spluttering of the old terrorist without teeth was heard.
Of an impulsive and passionate nature, she had fortified herself to encounter the stings and venomous stabs of public contumely, wreaking itself in every variety of insult; but there was a quality so much more terrible in the solemn mood of the popular mind, that she longed rather to behold all those rigid countenances contorted with scornful merriment, and herself the object.
As I was approaching Dejah Thoris' chariot I passed Sarkoja, and the black, venomous look she accorded me was the sweetest balm I had felt for many hours.
He always spoke in the same deliberate, well- chiselled, polite way, whether his words were sugary or venomous.
The spiders are venomous but they are a different animal altogether.
Unlike the adder, (vipera berus), neither creature is venomous.
PROSECUTORS have lifted the lid on an attempt to smuggle three highly venomous snakes more than 7000 miles - hidden in empty crisp tubs.
Patna: A woman in Bihar bit a venomous snake to death shortly before she died from snake bite.
The chances of dying from a venomous snake are about the same as dying from a spider bite.
National Geographic reports that the furry puss caterpillar (Megalopyge opercularis) is the 'most venomous caterpillar in the United States' and hides toxic spines that, when in contact, will stick to one's skin.
While most are harmless, three are venomous, although one doesn't cause a poisonous bite to humans, due to the position of its fangs.