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ptomaine poisoning

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Synonyms for ptomaine poisoning

  • botulism
  • salmonella
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The consequences I suffered were those of ptomaine poisoning.

"He might get ptomaine poisoning," finally suggested Shy Thomas.

If Mills has ptomaine poisoning, nothing has happened, the doctor said.

He was a specialist, and, better yet, a specialist in Ptomaine Poisoning.

And so, he's all tied up in knots with ptomaine poisoning and I've got to straighten him out.

He who had been knocked down by a despatch rider sat up, as did those with bronchitis, and those with ptomaine poisoning.

Margery was very ill by this time and the doctor said she had symptoms of ptomaine poisoning.

I, myself, have had ptomaine poisoning from canned salmon, but I have never since had any trouble about eating salmon.

That if one eats oysters in a month not containing an "r," one is certain to get ptomaine poisoning.

All these delicacies—so-called—tasted good during the winter months and no one was known to be afflicted with ptomaine poisoning.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PTOMAINE POISONING

food poisoning

nounpoisoning caused by eating food
  • botulism
  • ptomaine poisoning
  • salmonella
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