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- adj. Obsolete form of venomous.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Venomous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete spelling of venomous.
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Julie Christmas, lead singer for Brooklyn's Made Out of Babies, talks about the "venemous" combination of screaming and restrained singing, ambiguous lyric-writing, and the making of the band's latest album,
Twelve non-venemous Stimson pythons were being transported Tuesday on a flight from Alice Springs to Melbourne in the plane's cargo area in a bag inside a plastic foam box with air holes.
What I have found deeply shocking about the whole Madeline McCann affair is the malicious, venemous, and vitriolic comment from large numbers of completely uninformed people.
So her interviews with the venemous Katie Couric and Charlie Gibson didn't go so well.
Just hold your venemous tongues and see what transpires!! valwayne
It sure looks like it has venemous fangs, which likely means that woodpecker is dead by the time the camera stops rolling.
But when he turned his ire at illegal immigrants and in the same kinds of vile venemous terms and nobody called him on it and instead the vast majority of the Republican party embraced guys like Rush and Lou Dobbs then the hispanics had an epiphany.
Hate cannot stay around forever and the more you hold tight to its venemous grip, the more you become poisoned with all of the ill emotions that are inherent to it.
Imagine, a woman as this one as President of USA: divisive, arrogant, distanced from reality, venemous, delusional, congenital liar and the list goes on ...
It must be quite painful for her to have to bridle her venemous tongue.