One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘He tackles, often venomously; he passes, with accuracy; and he scores goals, crucially.’
- ‘Brecht's words, juxtaposed against Weill's music, with its atonal harmonies and angular lines, venomously satirized the state of affairs.’
- ‘You may strongly agree with what someone wrote in The Peak, or may venomously oppose it.’
- ‘‘Our Church doesn't support war,’ she venomously retorted.’
- ‘The pair have frequently sparred venomously across the Dáil chamber and are poles apart in every sense.’
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