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- adv. In a toxic manner
- adv. With regard to toxins
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- By toxicants, or stimulating or narcotic poisons; with reference to toxicology.
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I'm afraid I found it toxically unpleasant, more weird than funny.
He called for a boycott of France and French products: "Only the Arab countries are more toxically anti-Semitic and, unlike them, France exports more than just oil and hatred."
Mexico is a toxically nationalistic state, in part because they lost half of their territory to the United States in the mid-19th century.
I'm not going to lie and say this election season has been anything but toxically and frighteningly negative, but the actual physical action of lining up with my neighbors to vote is redemptive.
And there are some in the administration who will never be convinced that many progressives aren't toxically out of touch.
In Daddy I Do Ms. Jaye proved that she has an uncanny ability to interview people -- from frat boy misogynist thugs to winsome single mothers -- about their most intimate inner lives and then put those interviews together in a revelatory way that makes even most feature films let alone today's often toxically mundane documentaries seem flatfooted by comparison.
They mightily defend ethanol and in particular emphasize methanol which can be made from a wide host of fuel stocks including algae and the natural gas toxically flared at oil drilling rigs.
That's just claptrap from some toxically out-of-touch politicians.
The only way to do so would be to make the "diagnostic" test at the beginning of the course so toxically difficult that students get artificially lower scores.
Democrats even went after the blog when it sponsored polls in swing districts that suggested a public-option-free bill was toxically unpopular.
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