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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of envenom.

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Examples

  • He was conscious of a kind of envenomed resentment, almost aversion; yet his chief misgiving at that moment, which he recognized with added wrath, was lest she should leave him as quickly as she had come.

    The Sign of the Spider

  • It would be passing strange to have as a candidate for the presidency of the United States an envenomed crank who regularly offers justification for the 9/11 attacks that resulted in the annihilation of 3,000 Americans.

    Why Gingrich Could Win

  • They have blown this incident vastly out of proportion, and have made envenomed attacks on her for expressing a sober and conservative (little c) view about a scientific question.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » 1. Science, Faith, and Not Ruling Out Possibilities

  • It takes a profoundly envenomed mindset—one also deeply at odds with reality—to believe and to say publicly that the administration of this nation brought so low with grief and loss after the attack had reacted with glee.

    What Ron Paul Thinks of America

  • And when someone is so envenomed, poisoned in thought and in deed, his every discovery is poisoned as well.

    Virginity

  • They have blown this incident vastly out of proportion, and have made envenomed attacks on her for expressing a sober and conservative little c view about a scientific question.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » 1. Science, Faith, and Not Ruling Out Possibilities

  • Some hot-blooded youngsters envenomed with hatred of the Dane, or panting for the glory of warfare!

    His Disposition

  • It was not simply that such an act would disrupt and alienate half her following, and fetch out of their scabbards every sword that was not bared and blooded already, to prolong and poison this even now envenomed warfare.

    A River So Long

  • But recent developments have envenomed things to the point that Arab diplomats troop daily into the State Department to warn that the U.S. quest for détente with Tehran is dangerous.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • But recent developments have envenomed things to the point that Arab diplomats troop daily into the State Department to warn that the U.S. quest for détente with Tehran is dangerous.

    Religion and politics are entwined since millennia

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