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Another word for venom

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Noun
  1. Anything that is injurious, destructive, or fatal

      1. Any of various submicroscopic agents that infect living organisms, often causing disease, and that consist of a single or double strand of RNA or DNA surrounded by a protein coat. Unable to replicate without a host cell, viruses are typically not considered living organisms.
      2. A disease caused by a virus.
      3. A computer program or series of commands that can replicate itself and that spreads by inserting copies of itself into other files or programs which users later transfer to other computers. Viruses usually have a harmful effect, as in erasing all the data on a disk.
      1. A poisonous substance, especially a protein, that is produced by living cells or organisms and is capable of causing disease when introduced into the body tissues but is often also capable of inducing neutralizing antibodies or antitoxins.
      2. A poisonous or harmful nonbiological substance, such as a pollutant.
      1. A substance that causes injury, illness, or death, especially by chemical means.
      2. Something destructive or fatal.
      3. A substance that inhibits another substance or a reaction:
      1. Disease transmission by direct or indirect contact.
      2. A disease that is or may be transmitted by direct or indirect contact; a contagious disease.
      3. The direct cause, such as a bacterium or virus, of a communicable disease.
      1. Ulceration of the mouth and lips.
      2. An inflammation or infection of the ear and auditory canal, especially in dogs and cats.
      3. A condition in horses similar to but more advanced than thrush.
      1. A cause of harm, ruin, or death:
      2. A source of persistent annoyance or exasperation:
      3. Fatal injury or ruin:
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Another word for venom

Noun
  1. An animal poison

      1. The invasion of bodily tissue by pathogenic microorganisms that proliferate, resulting in tissue injury that can progress to disease:
      2. The entry or placement, as by injection, of a microorganism or infectious agent into a cell or tissue.
      3. An instance of being infected:
      1. Disease transmission by direct or indirect contact.
      2. A disease that is or may be transmitted by direct or indirect contact; a contagious disease.
      3. The direct cause, such as a bacterium or virus, of a communicable disease.
      1. A minute life form; a microorganism, especially a bacterium that causes disease. Not in technical use.
      1. A cause of harm, ruin, or death:
      2. A source of persistent annoyance or exasperation:
      3. Fatal injury or ruin:
      1. A poisonous substance, especially a protein, that is produced by living cells or organisms and is capable of causing disease when introduced into the body tissues but is often also capable of inducing neutralizing antibodies or antitoxins.
      2. A poisonous or harmful nonbiological substance, such as a pollutant.
      1. Any of various submicroscopic agents that infect living organisms, often causing disease, and that consist of a single or double strand of RNA or DNA surrounded by a protein coat. Unable to replicate without a host cell, viruses are typically not considered living organisms.
      2. A disease caused by a virus.
      3. A computer program or series of commands that can replicate itself and that spreads by inserting copies of itself into other files or programs which users later transfer to other computers. Viruses usually have a harmful effect, as in erasing all the data on a disk.
      1. A substance that causes injury, illness, or death, especially by chemical means.
      2. Something destructive or fatal.
      3. A substance that inhibits another substance or a reaction:
  2. Malice