1. venom

noun. ['ˈvɛnəm'] feeling a need to see others suffer.


  • maliciousness
  • spite
  • malevolence
  • spitefulness
  • malignity


  • goodness
  • good
  • beneficence
  • love

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Rhymes with Venom

  • obshchestvennom
  • plenum
  • glenham
  • phenom
  • menem
  • denomme
  • denim
  • denham

Sentences with venom

1. Noun, singular or mass
Kingsnakes and opossums are immune to their venom and also eat them.

2. Noun, plural
Both types of snake have hemotoxic venom, meaning it primarily attacks blood cells and muscle tissue.

3. Adjective
Snake bites are also sometimes called venom piercings, although venom piercings are actually double tongue piercings.

Quotes about venom

1. Ransom really looked at the other man for the first time, shook his head, stared again.“Holy hell, your eyes are like a fucking viper’s.” Venom raised an eyebrow.“You have hair prettier than one of Astaad’s concubines.” Ransom gave the vampire the finger. Venom grinned.
- Nalini Singh, Archangel's Consort

2. The Stink of Hate {Couplet} When haters write they raise a stink;must be the venom coursing through their ink.
- Beryl Dov

3. Love vs. the Three Headed Dragon In relationships, the corrosive venom of the three-headed dragon areindifference, fault-finding and 'take-each-other-for-grantedness'.Only these cantarnish the shining armor of amour.
- Beryl Dov

2. venom

noun. ['ˈvɛnəm'] toxin secreted by animals; secreted by certain snakes and poisonous insects (e.g., spiders and scorpions).


  • kokoi venom
  • zootoxin
  • animal toxin


  • benignancy
  • benignity
  • benefaction
  • kindness