viperous[ vahy-per-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF viperous
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There would thus be no departure from the previous epithet 'viperous.'
Urbino might change masters and obey the viperous Duke Valentino.
Mr. Chubb cast a suspicious and viperous glance at Felix, who felt that he had been a simpleton for his pains.
When Herr Strauss produced "Salome," half the world went in for the slim and viperous costume.
Civil dissension is a viperous worm / That gnaws the bowels of the commonwealth.
Over a thousand miles we dart our viperous hearts at innocent men.
The cutting of great tracts of grass for hay stirred them into viperous action.
Deaf, because insensible to the beauty of Keats's verse; and viperous, because poisonous and malignant.