from The Century Dictionary.

  • Having no venom; not poisonous: as, a toad unvenomed. Bp. Hall, Satires, Postscript.


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  • It could not be expected that such a character would pass unnoticed by the jaundiced eye of envy and faction, which was really the case with the deceased, but his conduct was so unequivocally upright, that the unvenomed shafts of envy could never remove him from the confidence of the people, or shake his popularity.

    History of American Women Maggiemac 2009

  • The alkali of the water the dragons preferred was secreted into poison sacs in their claws-and the merest scratch from a dragon's talon, even unvenomed, was enough to send an elf into a shock-reaction.

    The Elvenbane Lackey, Mercedes 1991


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