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adjective as in suffering from poisoning

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adjective as in dying of poison

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adjective as in polluted with poison

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However, the apple had been made with such cunning that only the red part was poisoned.

Everything serene, snow piling on trees, over lawns, on houses, before we realize that all the snow is poisoned with radiation.

It takes around 48 hours for a patient poisoned with potassium to die, which gave Poggiali plenty of distance from the deaths.

They were too young to be poisoned by gender norms at that point; and besides, the pink clothes were free.

But still: with a subject as toxic as sex abuse, every lie can result in a life poisoned.

The warriors carried sharp spears, bows, and poisoned arrows, and each man was protected by a wooden shield.

You don't think I am going to suffer Maude's children to be domineered over by a wretch of a step-mother—perhaps poisoned.

It acts also upon the secretions—the saliva, milk and bile— which often become actually poisoned.

But I'll be hanged if I can see myself baring my breast for poisoned arrows, with a seraphic smile on my lips, over here!

Their weapons consist of a bamboo lance, a bow of palm wood, and a quiver of poisoned arrows.


On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to poisoned, such as: infected, indisposed, sick, and diseased.

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