Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The nodding wake-robin, Trillium cernuum.
- n. The blood-root, Sanguinaria Canadensis.
- n. The wild lettuce, Lactuca Canadensis.
“They searched for sign of snake-bite and sting of fly or insect, but found nothing.”
“She also told that most of the people had been vaccinated for snake-bite and dog-bite.”
“Why do you think the majority of snake-bite victims are white males in their 20s or 30s with at least a .08 blood alcohol level?”
“Another Peruvian friend of a friend tolerated the fact that I cut our own first meeting short, eight minutes after ordering a glass of Chilean wine (as my leg was festering from a snake-bite), and took me to the emergency room, only to wait three hours in a plastic chair while I saw doctors.”
“The Mover was a romantic figure, dressed in gingham and guts; accessorized with moxie and just a touch of moonshine - and a long, sharp razor in case of snake-bite.”
“Long story short - for those thinking of getting a snake-bite kit - take a course rather than just buying the first thing you see in a pharmacy.”
“Wilderness enthusiasts often carry snake-bite kits, which makers say can treat a wound until help arrives.”
“Later, in the local hospital emergency room, arms bandaged and nauseous from being shot full of snake-bite anti-venom, those who experienced the full and mighty power of the Lord join in a circle to pray for the brothers and sisters who didn't get to the hospital in time.”
“Entertaining if too artificially drawn-out, the show was about Richard Thomas watching helplessly as doctors prepare to autopsy his body as if he were dead rather than a victim of snake-bite paralysis.”
“She milks the venom from her pet cobra or rattlesnake, then feeds the snake a drugwhich causes the snake to produce medicine, which then is delivered by snake-bite.”
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