- adj. Not producing venom.
- non- + venomous (Wiktionary)
“Pythons are non-venomous but capable of killing and eating mammals up to the size of a small child.”
“Animal control spokesman Richard Gentles says the snake is non-venomous, and in good health.”
“In addition to lots of hunting and shooting, my research is with rattlesnakes (as well as some non-venomous species).”
“I can step outside my front door and within the space of a mile or so have a reasonable expectation of finding a western diamondback, a prairie rattler or a massasuaga, not to mention the literally dozens of non-venomous species that inhabit my region.”
“Birds can't carry it, and as for snakes, the non-venomous ones still aren't safe, they have filthy mouths and, as I know from experience, it hurts!”
“Several non-venomous speciesbear the samecolors as Coral Snakes, but they can be distinguished by the patterns of the color bands.”
“Night is the best time to catch these non-venomous snakes.”
“Local television showed pictures of a black and yellow snake being lifted from the toilet bowl, experts say it is a type of non-venomous rat snake, also known as a Taiwanese beauty snake.”
“ZARRELLA: Pythons are non-venomous, but as I found out during my training, they have no problem coming after you.”
“WHITFIELD: We are the non-venomous kind and we're toothless.”
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