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  • n. Plural form of viper.

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Examples

  • Whilst Hamas is an organization of dark satanic vipers from the very bowels of hell itself.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Dog That Hasn’t Barked

  • This generation of vipers is fairly warned to flee from the wrath to come, which is certainly before them if they continue such; and their being a multitude will not be at all their security, for it will be neither reproach nor loss to God to cut them off.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume V (Matthew to John)

  • The ships you pilot through waves of enemies and seas of bullets in this shooter are called vipers, and they are piloted by a variety of different anime ladies.

    GameSpot's News, Screenshots, Movies, Reviews, Previews, Downloads, and Features

  • But, in a violent rage, he referred to hypocrites as "vipers" (malicious, sneaky snakes).

    Sanford should stay, two top South Carolina papers say

  • He relies on his huge strength to kill his enemies; but other snakes, such as vipers and rattlesnakes, are.

    The Children's Book of London

  • The great bulk of the poisonous snakes of America, including all the really dangerous ones, belong to a division of the widely spread family of vipers which is known as the pit-vipers.

    I. The Start

  • This other Jesus heaps abuse upon the people who displease him; calls his enemies "vipers," "serpents," "devils," and predicts for them eternal burnings in sulphur and brimstone.

    The Truth about Jesus : Is He a Myth?

  • They were deeply conscious of not being "vipers," and such sayings began to awaken in both their breasts a humble sense of injustice as it were.

    Tatterdemalion

  • But, the sturdiest and best opponent of the ship money was JOHN HAMPDEN, a gentleman of Buckinghamshire, who had sat among the 'vipers' in the House of Commons when there was such a thing, and who had been the bosom friend of Sir John Eliot.

    A child`s history of England

  • Big Band Era stoners referred to themselves as "vipers," which is kind of sexy.

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