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It is for us, then, to nurse the antagonism already existent between the two, to envenom their mutual mistrust and reproaches.
THE SWORD OF HONOR, VOLUMES 1 & 2EUGNE SUE
And which is still worse, the Mischief spreads dayly, and the Malignity grows more envenom'd.
A SHORT VIEW OF THE IMMORALITY, AND PROFANENESS OF THE ENGLISH STAGEJEREMY COLLIER
Passions it is, human passions, intermingling with the wrong itself that envenom the sense of wrong.
THE POSTHUMOUS WORKS OF THOMAS DE QUINCEY, VOL. II (2 VOLS)THOMAS DE QUINCEY
To all the passions which usually envenom contests among countrymen, avarice was added, and rendered their enmity more rancorous.
A GENERAL HISTORY AND COLLECTION OF VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, VOL. 5ROBERT KERR
In short, people fear that this is a sign that England wants so to envenom the situation that war will become inevitable.
THE MYTH OF A GUILTY NATIONALBERT JAY NOCK
They also understand and sometimes employ poisons, not to envenom their weapons, but for secretly taking off an enemy.
AT HOME WITH THE PATAGONIANSGEORGE CHAWORTH MUSTERS
I will carry you, then, at a walking pace; your head has not closed again yet, and a rapid ride would envenom the wound.
LAST OF THE INCASGUSTAVE AIMARD
All power being given to the awful enemy, he is beautiful where he pleases, in order to point and envenom his ghostly ugliness.
NARRATIVE AND MISCELLANEOUS PAPERSTHOMAS DE QUINCEY
If we continue in this strain, caballero, we shall only envenom our discussion, without coming to an understanding.
THE BEE HUNTERSGUSTAVE AIMARD
In a heart already alienated from the established authorities, this could only envenom a bitter spirit.
CALAMITIES AND QUARRELS OF AUTHORSISAAC DISRAELI
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