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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.

    Adventure, X2

  • 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.

    CNN Transcript Sep 5, 2006

  • You'll drive their fangs in and envenomate yourself.

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • Could this be deer they'd failed to envenomate, or could it just be bullshit?

    Planet Atheism

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