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- v. To inject venom into.
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For them to envenomate a person a finger would likely have to be shoved back into the snake's mouth, a general bite wouldn't cause much if any concern.
It would need a good cleansing and some rest, but if Kyoka had tried to envenomate me, it hadn't worked.
And the spine can penetrate the skin, and, one, cause mechanical damage through the penetration, and, two, it can envenomate as well.
You'll drive their fangs in and envenomate yourself.
Could this be deer they'd failed to envenomate, or could it just be bullshit?
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