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
Rather than bomb each other over their voting records and character, Andrew Gillum, Gwen Graham, Chris King and Philip Levine redirected their venom at the Republican party.
Some venoms contain toxins, which destroy tissue or affect the respiratory system.
Once the spine punctures the skin, the venom enters the wound through grooves in the spine.
Although at times the dictator’s venom did target particular groups, like Ukrainians, Crimean Tatars and, at the very end of his life, Jews, this is largely true.
For all her venom, Elektra is also rendered with humanness.
But of course, not one to just sit back and take the diss, Drake fired back in record time (i.e. less than 24 hours) with a few venom-laced bars of his own.
For all the personal vitriol in the Republican primary, there's very little venom aimed at the mild-mannered Donnelly, who simply isn't very polarizing.
Previous meetings have seen impressive road wins, convincing home ones, verbal venom between the teams and allegedly, a bite.
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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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