Definitions

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  • adj. Alternative spelling of non-venomous.

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  • adj. not producing venom

Etymologies

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Examples

  • It's a safe bet that few people tuning into the beginning of "Anaconda: Queen of the Serpents" are going to turn away from this intimate look at the lives of these nonvenomous constrictors whose camera closeups grace so many of the early scenes.

    A Formula So Old It's New Again

  • The nonvenomous snakes have been showing up in parts of South Florida, and state-sanctioned python hunters are on their trail.

    CNN Transcript Nov 6, 2009

  • Experts teach volunteers about "all the venomous, nonvenomous snakes, all the bugs and the beasties, the biting bits and bobs," says managing director Rob Murray.

    HAVING FUN DOING GOOD

  • Steve found two stunning specimens of the nonvenomous snakes in an abandoned house.

    Steve and Me

  • At least seven Bengal tigers roam its expanse, and it is crawling with cobras, kraits, vipers, and many nonvenomous serpents that hunt rats.

    Waiting for the Plague

  • Even better, for educational reasons, the three coral snakes were housed with members of various mimic species—nonvenomous, look-alike milk snakes, scarlet snakes, and scarlet king snakes.

    Fear Itself

  • Moorhouse said she lost her nonvenomous pet, which is just under 3 feet long, somewhere between the Broadway and Andrew stations.

    Boston.com Top Stories

  • The python, which is nonvenomous and hunts by strangling its prey, had gone missing on June

    Centredaily.com: Local

  • I suggest you inform them that it is nonvenomous and instruct them not to harm it.

    Local News from Tuscaloosa News

  • It is illegal in the City of Omaha to own nonvenomous snakes that can exceed 8 feet at maturity.

    Omaha World-Herald > Frontpage

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