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venomous

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Biology
venomousven‧om‧ous /ˈvenəməs/ adjective  1 ANGRYHATEfull of hatred or anger Lisa shot him a venomous glance. Reid reserved his most venomous attack for the Rail Authority.2 HBa venomous snake, insect etc produces poison syn poisonousvenomously adverb
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venomousDoctors and hospitals, although locked in increasingly venomous combat with insurers, also are mostly opposed.a venomous debate over health careMrs Saulitis gave the soldiers a venomous look and soothed and patted Parslina protectively.She began mouthing words in venomous silence; she clenched her fists in rage.
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