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Definition of Venomously

  • in a very malevolent manner

How to use venomously in a sentence. Venomously pronunciation.

Retreat was the Northerner's thought, and he did retreat-in good order, and hitting back venomously from White Oak Swamp and Malvern Hill-till he had reached Harrison's Landing upon the James, where gunboats sheltered and supply-ships fed his men.
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Whether he did any damage or not, a dozen rifles answered venomously and flicked up tiny spurts of sand in the close neighborhood of the four. "If they keep on trying," Lite commented drily, "they might make a killing, soon as they learn how to shoot straight.
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Abul Malek and his sons returned alone to their mountains, but when they reined in at the door of their castle the father spat venomously at the belfried roof of the monastery beneath and vowed that he would yet work his will upon it.
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Lancelot, I verily believe, would have kept his promise, though he saw that the keepers gave ground, finding Cockney skill too much for their clumsy strength; but at last Harry Verney, who had been fighting as venomously as a wild cat, and had been once before saved from a broken skull by Tregarva, rolled over at his very feet with a couple of poachers on him.
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Before Bellerophon had time to consider what to do next, the monster flung itself out of the cavern and sprung straight toward him, with its immense claws extended, and its snaky tail twisting itself venomously behind.
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At all events, she saw her opportunity, and the depths of her indifference to Robert bubbled up venomously into the suit.
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They were stinging him venomously along his sides, biting deeper with every jump.
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He could play venomously with words.
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The heathen were oppressed and angered, their rights abridged and defied; they saw the Christians triumphant at every point, and hatred is a protean monster which rages most fiercely and most venomously when it has lurked in the foul career of envy.
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At the name of Winterfield, remembrances that poisoned every better influence in him rose venomously in his mind.
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He venomously excoriated the defendant who had deliberately planned to kill an unarmed man peacefully conducting himself in his place of business, and expressed the utmost confidence that he could rely upon the jury, whose character he well knew, to perform their full duty no matter how disagreeable that duty might be.
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Nay, he venomously resented them, though they had long ceased to incommode him.
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A Dutch girl who, in the presence of some German ladies, expressed admiration for certain aspects of English feminine life, was fiercely and venomously attacked by that never-failing weapon, the German woman's tongue.
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But when you stop for a moment in your admiration of the streets, buildings, statues, bridges, in such a city as Munich and enter a crowded hall to sit among people who listen with attention, obedience and delight to a professor venomously instructing them in their duty of "hating with the whole heart and the whole mind," and convincing them that "only through hate can the greatest obstacles be overcome," you begin to suspect that something is wrong.
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She is one of the characters history has most venomously lied about.
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Examples of Venomously

Example #1
Lee felt disappointed with the seven days' fighting in that he had not crushed McClellan.
Example #2
But he was McClellan, and Lee knew perfectly well that he would attempt nothing so bold.
Example #3
Lite's rifle spoke, its little steelshod message flying straight as a homing honeybee for the spitting flash he had glimpsed up there among the rocks.
Example #4
Close beside him Lite's rifle spoke, its little steelshod message flying straight as a homing honeybee for the spitting flash he had glimpsed up there among the rocks.
Example #5
Now that the Law forbade him to make way with his enemies by force, he canvassed his brain for other means of effecting their downfall; but every day the monks went on with their peaceful tasks, unmindful of his hatred, and their impious religion spread about the countryside.
Example #6
Abul Malek's venom passed them by; they gazed upon him with gentle eyes in which there was no spleen, although in him they recognized a bitter foe.