- n. Plural form of asp.
“Persecutors are a generation of vipers, are of the serpent's seed, and the poison of asps is under their tongue; and they are more subtle than any beast of the field.”
“And when they do not openly avow this cruelty, and vent it publicly, yet they are underhand intending mischief: the poison of asps is under their lips (Jam.iii. 8), the most venomous and incurable poison, with which they blast the good name of their neighbour by reproaches, and aim at his life by false witness.”
“Their wine is the gall of dragons, and the venom of asps, which is incurable.”
“In the book of Moses we also read: "Their wine is the gall of dragons, and the venom of asps, which is incurable" (Deut. xxxii.”
“I can see the day when these are just another standard bit of kit and all the fuss will be a distant memory, as it now is for the introduction of rigid cuffs, asps, stabs vests and CS. on March 5, 2009 at 3: 44 pm | Reply pchawkeye”
“I skirt the shade of the chinaberry, move steadily away from Jimmy's fistful of asps.”
“You've got a real den of vipers on your hands there .... or web of black widows, .... asps??”
“Finally, if you are going to have him take down the two cops he might as well collect some usefull equipment (cuffs, asps, kevlar vest, pepper spray) # Dallason 01 Sep 2009 at 11: 42 pm”
“She is directly descended, female line, from Ankhara herself, Cleopatras healer and keeper of the asps.”
“The silent order caused the vines tethering her to slide away from her body and into the jungle as frightened asps.”
Looking for tweets for asps.