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Results for: contaminated with a toxin, tainted with a poisonTranslations: 1 - 30 of 93
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contaminated with a toxin, tainted with a poisonpoisoned
act illegally in sport, bring disgrace on, contaminated, dirty, disgusting, disgusting; morally offensive; filthy, dirty; clogged; unfavorable (weather); obscene (language); contrary to the rules (Sports); entangled (rope), dishonest, ensnarl and preve...foul
act of injuring or killing with a toxin; state of being contaminated with a toxinpoisoning
act of stinging; sharp pain or wound caused a stinger; sharp organ or part (Botany, Zoology); covert operation executed by undercover agents to collect evidence or apprehend criminals (Slang), goad, hurtfulness, inject with toxin, power to upset, prick...sting
add drug to food or drink, administer a medication, sedate; poison; mix food with a drug, give somebody a drug, illegal substance, medical substance, natural or artificial substance used as a medication; narcotic, opiate, hallucinogen, substance given ...drug
add poison to something, corrupt or undermine something, give poison to somebody, harm with a toxic substance, inhibit a chemical reaction, kill or injure with toxin, give poison; have bad or damaging influence on; corrupt, pollute the environment, rea...poison
adulterated, contaminated, contaminated; unclean, soiled, dirty; unrefined; not morally pure, corrupt, having mixed styles, mixed with other colors, sinfulimpure
affected with a disease or disease causing germs; corrupted, tainted, contaminated; influencedinfected
alkaloid poison produced during the decay of plants or animals (Chemistry), foul-smelling product of decayptomaine
anesthetic, car accelerator, fill with gas, supply with gas; poison with gas or fumes; talk idly or falsely (Slang), flatulence, fossil fuel, gas for poisoning or asphyxiating, gasoline, methane and air, nonsense, release gas, somebody or something ent...gas
animal poison, toxin produced by animals (such as snake venom)zootoxin
antibody opposing toxin, antiserum, substance that counteracts toxinsantitoxin
autotoxemia, poisoning from within own body, poisoning of the body from a poison present in the bodyautointoxication
bacterial toxin, internal poison, internal toxinendotoxin
bitter crystalline stimulant, type of poison found in plant seedspicrotoxin
blackened, closed or stopped up with a cork, capped; spoiled (wine), sealed, tainted by corkcorked
blow, cocktail, organ or part that stings; something that is emotionally hurtful; painful blow, poison-injecting organ, something stinging, undercover officer, whiskey drinkstinger
cannot be polluted, cannot be contaminateduncontaminable
capability to poison somebody, degree of poisonousness, quality of being poisonous; degree to which a substance is toxictoxicity
capable of being corrupted, spoilable, able to be tainted; able to be made immoral; able to be pervertedcorruptible
cause to be dishonest; pervert; spoil, taint, cause to rot, containing copying errors, containing errors, contaminate, contaminated, depraved, immoral or dishonest, introduce errors into data, make or become depraved, make or become dishonest, rotten, ...corrupt
chemical worm killer, drug or poison for killing worms (especially parasitic intestinal worms), remedy for parasitic wormsvermicide
colorless crystalline rat poison and anticoagulant, crystalline substance used to kill rodentswarfarin
containing or producing poison, malicious, venomous; toxic, containing a toxin; malicious, bad, evil (Slang)poisonous
containing poison cyanide, greenish-bluecyanic
contaminant, lack of purity, quality of being unclean or contaminated; state of being morally unclean or corrupt, something added to a semiconductorimpurity
contaminate, pollute, corrupt, mar; bring shame or dishonor upon; become tainted, corrupt somebody morally, flavor something, imperfection detracting from quality, pollute something, something detracting from purity of something, spoil, trace of someth...taint
contaminated or corrupted, dirtied, soiledpolluted
corrupt; embitter; (Archaic) poison, make somebody bitterempoison
counteracting toxic influences, containing antitoxins, counteracting toxinantitoxic
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