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Venom synonyms
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(Chem.) A substance that inhibits or destroys the activity of a catalyst, enzyme, etc. or that interferes with or checks a reaction
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  1. (Chem.) A substance that inhibits or destroys the activity of a catalyst, enzyme, etc. or that interferes with or checks a reaction
  2. In a nuclear reactor, a substance, as boron, that readily absorbs thermal neutrons from a chain reaction, thereby decreasing the reactivity of a reactor core: it is used for safety or control
  3. A substance that causes injury, illness, or death, especially by chemical means.
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.
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  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 harmful or destructive influence:
  3. A disease caused by a virus
A poisonous or harmful nonbiological substance, such as a pollutant.
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  1. A poisonous or harmful nonbiological substance, such as a pollutant.
  2. Any of various poisonous compounds produced by some microorganisms and causing certain diseases
  3. 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.
Deadly poison
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  1. Deadly poison
  2. The cause of distress, death, or ruin
  3. (Archaic) Fatal injury or ruin:
A minute life form; a microorganism, especially a bacterium that causes disease. Not in technical use.
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  1. A minute life form; a microorganism, especially a bacterium that causes disease. Not in technical use.
  2. A microorganism, especially a bacterium that causes disease.
  3. A microscopic organism; esp., any of the bacteria that cause disease; germ
The transmission of an infectious disease resulting from direct or indirect contact between individuals or animals.
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  1. The transmission of an infectious disease resulting from direct or indirect contact between individuals or animals.
  2. The direct cause, such as a bacterium or virus, of a communicable disease.
  3. The causative agent of a communicable disease; bacteria or virus
A disease resulting from
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  1. A disease resulting from
  2. The invasion of bodily tissue by pathogenic microorganisms that proliferate, resulting in tissue injury that can progress to disease:
  3. An instance of being infected:
The quality of being virulent, or very poisonous, noxious, malignant, etc.
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  1. The quality of being virulent, or very poisonous, noxious, malignant, etc.
  2. A measure of how virulent a thing is
  3. Bitter animosity; venom; rancor
Ill-disposed attitude; grudge; dislike.
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  1. Ill-disposed attitude; grudge; dislike.
  2. Alternative spelling of ill will.
  3. Unfriendly feeling; hostility; hate; malice
A malignant act, event, or feeling
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  1. A malignant act, event, or feeling
  2. Persistent, intense ill will or desire to harm others; great malice
  3. The condition or quality of being highly dangerous or injurious; deadliness.
(Obs.) Something annoying or irritating
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  1. (Obs.) Something annoying or irritating
  2. (--- Archaic) An instance of this; a grudge
  3. A mean or evil feeling toward another, characterized by the inclination to hurt, humiliate, annoy, frustrate, etc.; ill will; malice
The cause of distress, death, or ruin
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  1. The cause of distress, death, or ruin
  2. (Archaic) Fatal injury or ruin:
  3. Deadly poison
A condition in horses similar to but more advanced than thrush.
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  1. A condition in horses similar to but more advanced than thrush.
  2. A disease of plants that causes local decay of bark and wood
  3. An inflammation or infection of the ear and auditory canal, especially in dogs and cats.
The transmission of an infectious disease resulting from direct or indirect contact between individuals or animals.
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  1. The transmission of an infectious disease resulting from direct or indirect contact between individuals or animals.
  2. The direct cause, such as a bacterium or virus, of a communicable disease.
  3. The causative agent of a communicable disease; bacteria or virus
In a nuclear reactor, a substance, as boron, that readily absorbs thermal neutrons from a chain reaction, thereby decreasing the reactivity of a reactor core: it is used for safety or control
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  1. In a nuclear reactor, a substance, as boron, that readily absorbs thermal neutrons from a chain reaction, thereby decreasing the reactivity of a reactor core: it is used for safety or control
  2. (Chem.) A substance that inhibits or destroys the activity of a catalyst, enzyme, etc. or that interferes with or checks a reaction
  3. A substance that causes injury, illness, or death, especially by chemical means.
A poisonous or harmful nonbiological substance, such as a pollutant.
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  1. A poisonous or harmful nonbiological substance, such as a pollutant.
  2. Any of various similar poisons, related to proteins, formed in certain plants, as ricin, or secreted by certain animals, as snake venom: toxins, when injected into animals or humans, typically initiate the formation of antitoxins
  3. 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.
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.
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  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 harmful or destructive influence:
  3. A disease caused by a virus
Find another word for venom. In this page you can discover 23 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for venom, like: hatred, poison, virus, toxin, bane, microbe, contagion, infection, virulence, ill will and malignity.