Definition of Nonvenomous

1. Adjective. Not producing venom. "Nonvenomous snakes"

Similar to: Atoxic, Nontoxic



Definition of Nonvenomous

1. Adjective. (alternative spelling of non-venomous) ¹

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Definition of Nonvenomous

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nonvenomous

nonvectorizable
nonvectorized
nonvectors
nonvegan
nonvegans
nonvegetable
nonvegetarian
nonvegetarians
nonvehicular
nonvelar
nonvenal
nonvendor
nonvendors
nonvenereal
nonvenereal syphilis
nonvenomous (current term)
nonvenous
nonventilated
nonventral
nonverbal
nonverbal communication
nonverbal intelligence
nonverbal learning disorder
nonverbal learning disorders
nonverbally
nonverbatim
nonverbose
nonverdict
nonverdicts
nonveridical

Literary usage of Nonvenomous

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1. Manual of the International List of Causes of Death: Based on the Second by United States Bureau of the Census, Cressy Livingston Wilbur (1911)
"... Bite (—3m) 152 dog 176 human being 184 insect 165 mad dog 23 nonvenomous 176 serpent 165 snake 165 venomous 165 serpent 165 viper 165 Black induration, ..."

2. Report of the Philippine Commission, to the President [January 31, 1900 (1901)
"Among the nonvenomous serpents there is a small group of some ten species, representing four genera, which are exclusively confined to the Philippines. ..."

3. Pictorial History of America's New Possessions, the Isthmian Canals, and the by Murat Halstead (1899)
"Numerous insects and nonvenomous reptiles inhabit the woods and mountains. Oysters and other shellfish are numerous, but of inferior quality. ..."

4. Report of the Philippine Commission to the President by United States Philippine Commission, Jacob Gould Schurman, George Dewey, Elwell Stephen Otis, Charles Denby, Dean Conant Worcester (1901)
"Among the nonvenomous serpents there is a small group of some ten species, representing four genera, which are exclusively confined to the Philippines. ..."

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