Poison synonyms

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A toxic or poisonous substance produced by the biological processes of biological organisms.
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(Dated) Poison, especially any of several poisonous plants
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Capable of causing injury or death, especially by chemical means; poisonous.
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The earliest form of an organism; a seed, bud, or spore.
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Archaic form of toxin.
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The definition of infection is the process of bacteria or viruses invading the body or making someone ill or diseased.
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To reduce the value or quality of; impair or spoil:
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To fill with hate; embitter
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The definition of contagion is an infectious disease spread through contact, or the transmission of a disease from one person to another through contact, or the spread of a bad or harmful idea or practice.
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A substance that adulterates.
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To embitter; envenom
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Something that pollutes; a pollutant or a group of pollutants:
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To cause suffering or hardship for:
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To make less suitable for an activity, especially by the introduction of unwanted factors:
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To infect with venom; to envenom; to poison.
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(Computer Science) A computer program that duplicates itself in a manner that is harmful to normal computer use. Most viruses work by attaching themselves to another program. The amount of damage varies; viruses may erase all data or do nothing but reproduce themselves.
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A remedy to counteract a poison
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To pollute:
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A poison; toxic agent
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Petroleum.
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A mixture of such a vaporized substance with air, as the explosive mixture in an automotive cylinder
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(Slang) A humorous or entertaining event or person.
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To cause to become diseased by bringing into contact with such an organism or matter
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To weaken or otherwise cause a loss in value to (a business, reputation, etc.)
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Kill is defined as to cause to die or to destroy.
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To murder is to kill someone.
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To damage beyond use or repair.
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Corrupt means to destroy someone's honesty or hurt someone's morals.
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To cause to turn from what is considered right, good, or true; misdirect; lead astray; corrupt
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(Figuratively) To weaken or work against; to hinder, sabotage. [from 15th c.]
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To profane or sully (a reputation, for example).
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To cause injury to another; to hurt; to cause damage to something.
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To affect with something physically injurious, unpleasant, etc.; infect, poison, etc.
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A source of spreading corruption or decay.
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One who or that which adulterates, or harms the purity of, something.
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One that contaminates.
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The process of making a material or surface unclean or unsuited for its intended purpose, usually by the addition or attachment of undesirable foreign substances.
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The quality or condition of being impure, especially:
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The definition of a pollutant is waste or another contaminants that make something, such as the air or water, unclean.
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(Baseball) To bat (the ball) so that it falls outside the foul lines
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Of or caused by mephitis
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Alternative form of mephitic.
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Malicious; spiteful:
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(Med.) Violent and rapid in its course; highly malignant
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(--- Archaic) A person employed to help, especially a farm worker or domestic servant.
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Removal of dirt.
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To derive benefit:
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Purify means to make something clean or free from impurities.
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Capable of harming or killing by poison:
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Any of a division (Bacteria) of monerans, microorganisms which are typically one-celled, have no chlorophyll, multiply by simple division, and can be seen only with a microscope: they occur in three main forms, spherical (cocci), rod-shaped (bacilli), and spiral (spirilla): some bacteria cause diseases such as pneumonia and anthrax, and others are necessary for fermentation, nitrogen fixation, etc.
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Exceedingly harmful; causing harm, death, ruin.
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Suggestive of death:
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Harmful often in a subtle or unexpected way (as for example deleterious effects, deleterious to health).
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Having a harmful influence:
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Having or showing ill will; malicious:
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Fought to the death:
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Causing nausea; nauseous.
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Harmful to the mind or morals; corrupting:
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Causing great injury, destruction, or ruin; fatal; deadly
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Of or pertaining to sewage or the disposal of sewage.
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Suggestive of or related to a viper.
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A substance that when introduced into the body stimulates the production of an antibody. Antigens include toxins, bacteria, foreign blood cells, and the cells of transplanted organs.
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A nonmetallic chemical element (symbol As) with an atomic number of 33.
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An alkaloidal extract or tincture derived from this plant and used in medicine.
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(Pathology) Poisoning caused by the toxin from Clostridium botulinum, a type of anaerobic bacteria that grows in improperly-prepared food.
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(Chemistry, countable) Any compound containing the -C≡N radical or the C≡N-1 anion.
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The poison obtained from these plants.
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A source of irritation.
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A malignant tumor.
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Anything, as a doctrine, regarded as harmful or dangerous
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(Dated) food poisoning
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Treatment usually just involves around five to seven days of rest and dilution of the bacteria through the ingestion of distilled water.
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(Toxicology) Degree to which a toxic substance may harm a cell or organism.
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The poisoned condition produced by a venom.
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A measure of how virulent a thing is
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A faint constellation in the Northern Hemisphere near Leo and Gemini. Cancer (the Crab) is the fourth sign of the zodiac.
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To lead astray morally; corrupt; deprave
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In an evil, wicked, or offensive way
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(Economics) To place (gold) in safekeeping so as not to affect the supply of money or credit.
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any substance that causes injury or illness or death of a living organism
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