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
For the Helix haters, here’s more fuel for your venom.
Wijnaldum was particularly impressive on the day, firing in the opener with venom and Newcastle's third from the spot.
Twice a day at the Enchanted Forest in Ellicott City, Sam Seashole would walk into a room full of cottonmouth snakes, pick one up and milk the venom from its fangs before a rapt audience.
His enemies reserve a special venom for the man whose heroism under torture was beyond imagining.
Now, at age 69, rather than winding his career down with rum and cokes on some tropical beach, the General has transformed himself into a venom-spitting environmental warrior.
The venom glands simply expressed the genes much more abundantly and steadily.
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Some experts say the venom from one bite could kill six people.
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Origin and Etymology of venom
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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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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