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- adv. In a venomous manner; with venom.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With venom or poison; in a venomous manner; malignantly; spitefully.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a very malevolent manner
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This question, posed in the first chapter of Ursula, Under, spills venomously from the lips of the inebriated Jinx Muehlenberg as her television beams to her the unfolding story of two-and-a-half-year-old
"I'll give you thirty seconds," Larkin said venomously, meaning it.
“I hate you, stupid brute,” she hisses venomously.
I put it to my ear as the robber in my grasp glared venomously at all of us agents.
I put it to my ear as the robber in my grasp glared venomously at all of us Guards.
O'Toole practically bursts off the screen, loudly agonizing about his split with Becket, venomously lashing out at his shrewish wife and mother, and cathartically baring his broken heart at a momentous encounter on the beach.
Factions have formed, stability has become elusive and many fans have grown venomously angry.
Rivera's eyes burned venomously, but he made no sign of acknowledgment.
It just removes them from the public debate, putting htem into the darkness where they can spread venomously.
This braid of thought was venomously endorsed this week both by an uncharacteristically Kahane-sounding Alan Dershowitz, and the obscenely infantile Im Tirtzu movement.