Examples of virulence in a Sentence
I was surprised by the virulence of the criticism.
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In this story, the South was a place apart, different from the rest of the country in the virulence of its white supremacy.
This reduces the disease’s virulence, presumably benefiting the health of those who carry the trait.
The virulence of the response to what Texas and other red states saw as irresponsible, unconstitutional, overreach by the Obama administration and Democrats in Congress was something to behold.
The virus constantly mutates and each different strain could have different transmissibility and different virulence from year to year.
That’s in part because there are so many strains, and the virus is prone to mutations that change its virulence and transmissibility.
Get your history fix in one place: sign up for the weekly TIME History newsletter The virulence of that hatred can be surprising in light of the fact that many African Americans had migrated North, to cities like Chicago, to flee the South.
Screaming, spitting virulence swarmed the man dressed in neo-Nazi garb.
But lately, these rumors have reached a new state of virulence, with more complex and sophisticated narratives, and have penetrated to higher levels of the company.
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