Examples of venom in a Sentence
She spoke of him with venom in her voice.
He spewed venom against his rival.
Recent Examples of venom from the Web
Don't try to squeeze venom from the puncture and certainly don't cut the wounds.
Christian Crusade aimed its venom particularly at African American authors such as Du Bois, Langston Hughes, Richard Wright, and Ralph Ellison.
But what’s remarkable about the recent venom, according to Texas A&M professor of political rhetoric Jennifer Mercieca is, historically, from the Boston Tea Party on, Americans without power resort to incivility in a last-ditch effort to be heard.
In some instances, live bees are used to sting and inject venom into the person directly.
The Korean beauty category — K-beauty for short — has exploded in the United States with products with intriguing names and more intriguing ingredients such as snail slime, bee venom, starfish extract and pig collagen.
After a strong first half, the second half lacked crispness and the attacking venom seen earlier in the match.
The five-time Ballon d'Or-winner was again afforded too much space by the hosts' defence, and after taking possession inside the area, switched play to his right foot before dispatching an attempt which carried too much venom for the hands of Adan.
The female jewel wasp injects venom directly into a cockroach's brain to paralyze it, preserve it and feed it to her unborn spawn.
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Origin and Etymology of venom
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Definition of venom for English Language Learners
: poison that is produced by an animal (such as a snake) and used to kill or injure another animal usually through biting or stinging
: a very strong feeling of anger or hatred
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