It inflicted a sharp pang, and it was venomed with spiteful contempt, that rankled in the wound after it was made.
The trees its swelling flood shall stay, And thrust its venomed lip away.
To such a mind, ridicule is a venomed dart, piercing and poisoning, and pride but inflames the wound.
Instead of the venomed tongue, he used the poisoned pen against them.
M. de Breulh listened with an outwardly impassible face, but the venomed tooth of jealousy was gnawing at his heart.
Despite all, she loved, she adored him yet, and to leave him gave the most venomed point to the shaft of affliction.
He goes into the wintry forest of life, where "one whose voice was venomed melody" entraps and poisons his youth.
Hence frequent collisions, obstinate, venomed, and bloody contests.
Pratinas had made of every word a venomed arrow, and each and all struck home.
To all these bitter insults, venomed with the sting of truth, Atene listened without a word.