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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of envenomate.
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I still remember her beaming while she cooed that the envenomated, iconoclastic ideologue was being appointed because he was a “very good diplomat.”
I still remember her beaming as she cooed that the envenomated, iconoclastic ideologue was being appointed because he was a “very good diplomat.”
Snakes are one of the most common phobias, probably because an underlying instinctual fear meant to keep us from getting envenomated.
If the Hunters Moon Clan got him, they probably envenomated him with a paralyzing neurotoxin, which also broke down his internal tissue.
RAY DAVIS, GEORGIA AQUARIUM: Part of the first aid, if you're envenomated, hand, foot, is to soak the affected area in as hot a water as you can possibly stand, the victim can stand, without scalding the flesh.
And you have to kind of keep it submerged for 30 to 90 minutes, depending on how bad you're envenomated, for it to really denature everything.
You definitely need to seek medical attention as soon as you've been envenomated.