venom

A toxic secretion in animals that is actively delivered to the target organism, either to paralyse or incapacitate or else to cause pain as a defence mechanism. Commonly include protein and peptide toxins.

venom

[n] - toxin secreted by animals (by certain snakes and poisonous insects (e.g., spiders and scorpions))
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venom

Animal toxin generally used for self-defense or predation and usually delivered by a bite or sting.
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Venom

a poisonous substance produced by certain animals
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Venom

Venom: A poison, particularly one secreted by an animal. For examples, bee venom, snake venom, scorpion venom, and spider venom. Snake venom is also called venin.
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Venom

Ven'om noun [ Middle English venim , Old French venim , French venin , Latin veneum . Confer Venenate .] 1. Matter fatal or injurious to life; poison; particularly, the poisonous, the poisonous matter which certain animals, such as serpents, scorpions, bees, ...
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Venom

Ven'om transitive verb [ Middle English venimen , Old French venimer , Latin venenare . See Venom , noun ] To infect with venom; to envenom; to poison. [ R.] ' Venomed vengeance.' Shak.
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venom

<chemical> A toxic secretion in animals that is actively delivered to the target organism, either to paralyse or incapacitate or else to cause pain as a defence mechanism. Commonly include protein and peptide toxins. ... (12 Jan 1998) ...
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venom

noun toxin secreted by animals; secreted by certain snakes and poisonous insects (e.g., spiders and scorpions)
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venom

(venĀ“әm) a poison, especially one secreted by a serpent, insect, or other animal. adj., venĀ“omous., adj. Russell viper venom the venom of Vipera russelli (the Russell viper), which acts in vitro as an intrinsic thromboplastin and is useful in defining deficiencies of factor...
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Venom

• (n.) Spite; malice; malignity; evil quality. Chaucer. • (n.) To infect with venom; to envenom; to poison. • (n.) Matter fatal or injurious to life; poison; particularly, the poisonous, the poisonous matter which certain animals, such as serpents, scorpions, bees, etc., secrete in a state of health, and communicate by thing or sting...
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venom

the poisonous secretion of an animal, produced by specialized glands that are often associated with spines, teeth, stings, or other piercing ... [11 related articles]
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venom

venom 1. A poison secreted by some animals, such as insects, spiders, or snakes, and transmitted by bites or stings. 2. Spite, malice. From Middle English, venym, venim, venon, previously from Old French, venim (French venin), from Vulgar Latin, venimen, which was formed from Latin venenum, 'a drug, potion' through the substitution of the suffix -...
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Venom

[song] `Venom` is a song as well as an EP by The Shermans, released as their second single on April 13, 2009. ==Track listing== ==Charts== ...
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Venom

[Transformers] Venom is the name of a fictional character in the Transformers universes. ==Transformers: Generation 1== Venom is the leader of the Deluxe Insecticons who turns into a Cicada. The Deluxe Insecticons were built by Bandai as part of a short-lived toyline called Beetras, and imported to the United States via Hasbro. Due to an ar...
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venom

venom or zootoxin,any of a variety of poisonous substances produced by animals. In poisonous snakes, venom is secreted in two poison glands, one on each side of the upper jaw, and enters the fang by a duct. Snake venom is a complex substance, containing various enzymes and toxins. Venoms differ in t...
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Venom

Venom is a thriller starring Klaus Kinski, Oliver Reed, Nicol Williamson, Sarah Miles and Sterling Hayden in a story based on the novel by Alan Scholefield about a kidnapping gang and their victim being threatened by a deadly snake. Venom was directed by Piers Haggard in 1981.
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venom

Type: Term Pronunciation: ven′ŏm Definitions: 1. A poisonous fluid secreted by snakes, spiders, scorpions, etc.
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Venom

a toxic compound secreted by some animals for the purpose of defense or obtaining prey.
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Venom

is a Toxin that is injected into another creature, for example using fangs or stings.
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venom

A chemical agent produced by some animals that is meant to be injected into the body of another animal and that usually has a destructive effect.
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Venom

A poison , particularly one secreted by an animal. For examples, bee venom, snake venom, scorpion venom, and spider venom. Snake venom is also called venin .
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venom

Any substance that harms the body or causes death - see poison
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venom

n. toxin actively introduced into the victim's body via a specialised structure [in contrast to being passively introduced through contact or ingestion]
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venom

A toxin produced by an animal.
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