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aconite a plant of the buttercup family, that has poisonous and medicinal properties; monkshood. [1/2 definitions]
acrylonitrile a poisonous and carcinogenic liquid that is made into polymers for use as raw material in acrylic fibers.
adder2 a small poisonous snake found in Europe and Asia; viper. [2 definitions]
amanita any of various, mostly poisonous mushrooms having blade-shaped gills on the underside.
aniline an oily, colorless, poisonous liquid used in producing rubber, drugs, and dyes. [1/2 definitions]
arsenic a poisonous chemical element that has thirty-three protons in each nucleus and occurs in brittle, grayish white crystalline masses or in yellow or black allotropes. (symbol: As) [2 definitions]
arsenic acid a poisonous, water-soluble white powder that is used in the making of arsenates, medicines, and insecticides.
asp any of several small, poisonous snakes found in Africa and Asia Minor, such as the cobra or horned viper.
baneberry a plant of the buttercup family that bears white flowers and fleshy poisonous red or white berries. [1/2 definitions]
belladonna a poisonous plant bearing purplish red flowers and black berries; deadly nightshade. [1/2 definitions]
bittersweet a climbing vine found in Eurasia, bearing purple flowers and poisonous reddish orange berries. [1/5 definitions]
black widow a small spider, widespread in the United States, of which the female has a shiny, black body with an hourglass-shaped red mark on its underside, a poisonous but usu. not fatal bite, and a reputation for sometimes devouring its mate.
bromic acid a poisonous acid that is stable only in very dilute form and is used as an oxidizing agent.
brown recluse spider a highly poisonous, medium-sized brown spider that has a dark, violin-shaped mark on its body.
bufotenine a hallucinogenic drug made either synthetically or from the poisonous secretions of toads.
bushmaster a large, poisonous, tropical American snake.
carbon monoxide a colorless, odorless, combustible, and very poisonous gas, produced by the incomplete combustion of material containing carbon, such as gasoline, because of insufficient air.
carbon tetrachloride a colorless, nonflammable, vaporous, poisonous liquid used as a fire extinguisher, cleaning fluid, and solvent, and in making refrigerants.
chemical warfare the use of chemicals such as poisonous gases, fire bombs, and irritants in warfare.
colchicine a poisonous alkaloid used to cause chromosome doubling in experiments and as medicine for gout.
cone shell any of several tropical marine snails, most of which have a poisonous bite.