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(of an animal or insect) Producing poison as a means of attacking enemies or prey,
  1. (of an animal or insect) Producing poison as a means of attacking enemies or prey
    • - a poisonous snake
  2. (of a plant or substance) Causing or capable of causing death or illness if taken into the body
    • - poisonous chemicals
  3. Extremely unpleasant or malicious
    • - there was a poisonous atmosphere at the office

  1. having the qualities or effects of a poison
  2. not safe to eat
  3. marked by deep ill will; deliberately harmful; "poisonous hate"; "venomous criticism"; "vicious gossip"
  4. (poisonously) in a very malevolent manner
  5. (poison) any substance that causes injury or illness or death of a living organism
  6. (poison) spoil as if by poison; "poison someone's mind"; "poison the atmosphere in the office"
  7. In the context of biology, poisons are substances that can cause disturbances to organisms, usually by chemical reaction or other activity on the molecular scale, when a sufficient quantity is absorbed by an organism. ...
  8. (Poison (Bardot song)) "Poison" is a pop song by Australian female group Bardot, and was the first single from their debut album Bardot (2000). It was co-written and produced by Australian producer Michael Szumowski.
  9. (Poison (Bell Biv DeVoe song)) "Poison" is a 1990 single by the New Edition spinoff group, Bell Biv DeVoe. This song—in the style of New Jack Swing, a late-80s hybrid of R&B and hip hop—was the group's most successful, and sings of the dangers of falling in love.
  10. (Poison (comics)) Poison is the name of two fictional comic book characters, owned by Marvel Comics. The first was created by writer Steve Gerber and artist Cynthia Martin and exists in the Marvel Universe while the second lives in an alternate world featured in the one-shot comic What If?: . ...
  11. (Poison (EP)) Poison is an EP released by German trance group Groove Coverage. The name was taken from their single of the same name.
  12. (Poison (film)) Poison is a 1991 independent film written and directed by Todd Haynes. It is composed of three intercut stories that are partially inspired by the novels of Jean Genet. With its gay themes, Poison is considered an early entry in the New Queer Cinema movement.
  13. Containing sufficient poison to be dangerous; Inedible due to containing poison; poisonous to eat
  14. (poison) A substance that is harmful or lethal to a living organism; Something that harms a person or thing; A drink; liquor; To use poison to kill or paralyse somebody; To pollute; to cause some part of the environment to become poisonous; To cause something to become much worse; To cause ...
  15. (POISON) A substance which currently pervades the air, the water, the sea and the soul.
  16. ("poison") or "leave it" bird a marked bird that the dog is instructed to ignore before executing another task.
  17. (POISON) Something that is sabotaging your well-being (harmful attitudes, emotions, beliefs, etc.) / Unsuitable relationships; toxic behavior
  18. (Poison (Catalyst)) Any molecule or material that tends to collect on a catalyst surface, blocking access to active sites or destroying their activities.
  19. (Poison) (Aqua, Ento,Vet,Zoo)
  20. (Poison) 1 Any plant, element, or substance ingested to enhance or diminish physiological, cognitive, and/or sensory functions. 2 Any plant, element, or substance ingested with intent to radically alter the constitution of the flesh.
  21. (Poison) A chemical that, in relatively small amounts, is able to produce injury by chemical action when it comes in contact with a susceptible tissue.
  22. (Poison) A term used in DOT regulations and elsewhere equivalent to the word toxic.
  23. (Poison) Act of decreasing health by 1 for each poison, can be targeted on life or creatures
  24. (Poison) Any agent capable of producing a deleterious response in a biologic system, seriously injuring function, or producing death.
  25. (Poison) Any toxic substance that upsets normal functions in living organisms by surface absorption, injection or ingestion, eventually leading to death if the dosage is sufficiently strong. When ?poison? is on a product label it means that the chemical or substance inside is highly toxic.