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- n. A person who poisons something or someone.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who poisons.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who poisons or corrupts, or that which poisons or corrupts.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who kills with poison
“It seems”—he struggled for breath—“it seems that you have been labelled a poisoner!”
In any event, it's fortunate for W that if he was intentionally poisoned, the poisoner was as effective at his job as W was at HIS.
It is possible for me to imagine, in the face of certain undeniable signs, that the poisoner is a second man.
Magyar, Wendish, etc. Certain variants of the ballad bear the title of _The Croodlin Doo_, and the ‘handsome young man’ is changed for a child, and the poisoner is the child’s step-mother.
Oscar Wilde once said that "The fact of a man's being a poisoner is nothing against his poetry."
The genre reached its college-football apotheosis in the Paul Finebaum Radio Network, a Birmingham, Ala.,-based program perhaps best known for carrying the call-in confession of the Auburn tree poisoner earlier this year.
The eponymous heroine, part femme fatale, part serial poisoner, stalks a young man named Gennaro through the cities of Italy.
And Kay, who is a well-poisoner by profession, renders the issue utterly toxic with his continual accusations and innuendos.
Crippled but by no means dead she sets out to wreak bloody vengeance upon him and his six henchmen, assisted by a gang of outcasts and misfits including a barbarian who wants to do the right thing, the nation's least reliable drunk, the nation's most treacherous poisoner, and a psychopath obsessed with numbers.
In an unprecedented "beat poisoner," he looks at how Mayor Adrian Fenty's "spectacularly dysfunctional" press operation has ill served him.