Too languid to sting, he had the more venom refluent in his blood.
He has neither venom nor doubleness in him, and those often go with a more correct outside.
Casaubon hated him—he knew that very well; on his first entrance he could discern a bitterness in the mouth and a venom in the glance which would almost justify declaring war in spite of past benefits.
It was the first time he had encountered an open expression of scorn from any man higher than Raffles; and with that scorn hurrying like venom through his system, there was no sensibility left to consolations.
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It was a cobra, whose venom could kill a person in minutes.
Paulo Coelho -- The Alchemist
I used elder python venom, straight from the depths of Tartarus.