Synonyms for venomously
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Venomously he added: "It is my belief that we shall not meet again."
Also he went on so venomously about revenge that I thought it time to put a stop to the thing.
Madge was glaring at him venomously all this time, for she could not speak.
"That's awful bad brandy at 'The Pilot,'" said Mr. Sedgett, venomously.
"I wish they were all tied up as he is," said Wyatt venomously.
Turning to me venomously Cockie said, "I suppose you'd like a game?"
"That is a family failing," said Dorothy venomously, from behind the kettle.
They were stinging him venomously along his sides, biting deeper with every jump.
Severance hated Garth venomously since the episode at the Belmore.
"You are proposing to make a long stay," she said, slowly and venomously.
late 13c., from Anglo-French venimeus, Old French venimeux, from venim (see venom). Earliest recorded use is figurative; literal sense by early 14c. Related: Venomously; venomousness.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR VENOMOUSLY
- in a frenzy
- like cats and dogs
- no holds barred
- tooth and nail
- with bared teeth