toggle menu
1000+ books
Go to Book

used in The Hunger Games

12 uses
(click/touch triangles for details)
poison created by some insects and animals such as snakes
  • She's so small, it wouldn't take much venom to do her in.
    p. 196.5
venom = poison
  • Inside the woods they roam freely, and there are added concerns like venomous snakes,
    p. 5.4
  • venomous = poisonous
  • Many contestants were bitten by venomous snakes or went insane from thirst.
    p. 39.6
  • venomous = poisonous
  • If you live, the hallucinations brought on by the venom have actually driven people to madness.
    p. 185.9
  • venom = poison
  • I feel a second sting on the cheek, a third on my neck, and their venom almost immediately makes me woozy.
    p. 190.6
  • venom = poison
  • I haven't heard the cannons fire yet, so perhaps Glimmer is in some sort of coma, her heart still struggling against the wasp venom.
    p. 192.1
  • venom = poison
  • This is the nature of the tracker jacker venom, so carefully created to target the place where fear lives in your brain.
    p. 195.4
  • venom = poison
  • Because by the time we met up, I couldn't tell what was real and what the tracker jacker venom had caused me to imagine.
    p. 197.0
  • venom = poison
  • So I walk off in the other direction, hoping my enemies still lie locked in the surreal world of tracker jacker venom.
    p. 198.6
  • venom = poison
  • "It might have been the tracker jacker venom making me imagine things," I say.
    p. 206.0
  • venom = poison
  • My wounds recovering, my mind still a bit foggy from the venom, and the warmth of Rue at my side, her head cradled on my shoulder, have given me a sense of security.
    p. 209.1
  • venom = poison
  • So how far could he have gotten, stabbed and filled with venom?
    p. 250.1
venom = poison
There are no more uses of "venom" in The Hunger Games.

Typical Usage  (best examples)
Dictionary / pronunciation — Google®Dictionary / more samples — Oxford® USDictionary list —®