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envenom (verb), envenoms; envenomed; envenoming
1. To put poison onto a weapon: In the detective novel Jane was reading, it turned out that the culprit envenomed the wine in order to kill his victim.
2. To produce malice or bitterness with actions, relations, or with words of a person: Mark envenomed the waitress with extremely unpleasant complaints about the food that she brought to him.
To embitter a friendship with a comment.
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