snakebite

[n] - a bite inflicted by a (venomous) snake
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snakebite

noun a bite inflicted by a (venomous) snake
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snakebite

(snāk´bīt) injury caused by the mouth parts of a snake, usually from venom. The greatest number in the world are reported in the Indian subcontinent. In North America most poisonous snakes are pit vipers (rattlesnakes, copperheads, and water moccasins). A few species of coral snakes are found from the southern and s...
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snakebite

a wound resulting from penetration of the flesh by the fangs of a snake, especially a snake secreting venom through or near the fangs. A bite by a ... [3 related articles]
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Snakebite

Snakebite is a drink comprising equal proportions of lager and cider. Many pubs and bars in Britain refuse to serve snakebite.
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snakebite

snakebite, wound inflicted by the teeth of a snake. The bite of a nonvenomous snake is rarely serious. Venomous snakes have fangs, hollow teeth through which poison is injected into a victim. All types of snake venom contain a toxin that affects the nerves and tends to paralyze the victim. In additi...
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Snakebite

A snakebite is an injury caused by a bite from a snake, often resulting in puncture wounds inflicted by the animal`s fangs and sometimes resulting in envenomation. Although the majority of snake species are non-venomous and typically kill their prey with constriction rather than venom, venomous snakes can be found on every continent except Antarc....
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Snakebite

[drink] A snakebite is an alcoholic drink made with equal parts of lager and cider. Snakebite in the United Kingdom may be served with a dash of blackcurrant squash, referred to as a snakebite and black. Originally the `black` would have been Cassis liqueur making the drink more potent and alcoholic. Stout may be used instead of lager in th...
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snakebite

see pinch flat.
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snakebite

one or two tiny punctures in a tube, usually caused by under-inflated tires and/or hitting a hard object.
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Snakebite

See pinch flat.
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