Adjective(1) extremely poisonous or injurious; producing venom(2) infectious; having the ability to cause disease(3) harsh or corrosive in tone
(1) On the last days, I inoculated Joseph Meister with the most virulent virus of rabies.(2) Ezra Pound's virulent anti-Semitism, his radio broadcasts and tracts in support of Mussolini, stand as potent reminders of the limits and dangers of the human imagination.(3) 36 patients in five Montreal hospitals have died from a virulent infection, officials confirmed Friday.(4) Concerning biotic stress, plants exposed to virulent and avirulent pathogens respond with a range of defence- and damage-limiting mechanisms.(5) The court and all those able to move into the countryside prudently did so, as the disease was less virulent there.(6) But the episode reveals how far this virulent disease has spread through the body corporate.(7) Chinese health officials say that the strain is extremely virulent and killed one farmer in as little as two hours.(8) Ultimately this defense was transmogrified into a virulent attack on the Danish State Lutheran Church.(9) Unless there was an extremely virulent strain of influenza going around, it might not be worth the risk.(10) It's sobering news that a virulent pathogen can evolve so quickly.(11) It sparked a diplomatic incident when the ill-fated ship docked in Gibraltar leading to Spain closing its border with the Rock to ensure the virulent virus did not spread.(12) What surprised me most about that election year was the amazingly virulent attacks on Gore from the left.(13) Their research can help head off not only the Nipah but also other virulent diseases that break out suddenly to plague man and beast.(14) One little sip of this antidote would have rendered the most virulent poisons of the Borgias innocuous.(15) And on the nursing front, Alwin notes that there's been an outbreak of atypical pneumonias in Asia, possibly harbingers of a more virulent flu strain to come.(16) Five to 15 days after exposure a pneumonia that is not very different from other less virulent pneumonias acquired in the community (outside a hospital) develops.
1. poisonous ::
2. infectious ::
4. acerbic ::
5. venomous ::
1. benevolent ::
2. benign ::
3. benignant ::
4. loving ::
Different Formsnonvirulent, virulent, virulently
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