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toxic
used in The 100

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Definition
poisonous or harmful
  • Her face turning purple as she struggled to breathe the toxic air.
    p. 22.1
  • If he waited too long, Octavia would be barreling through space toward a toxic planet, while he remained to face the consequences of disrupting the launch.
    p. 26.6
  • "Just because we can breathe now, doesn't mean the air isn't toxic."
    p. 47.6
  • She tilted her head to the side and gave him a small smile that, for a moment, made him forget that he was marooned on a potentially toxic planet with ninety-nine juvenile delinquents.
    p. 79.1
  • It'd probably turn out to be toxic, but every time he inhaled, he sensed something unnamable but intriguing, like a mysterious girl who wouldn't meet your eyes but passed closely enough for you to catch a whiff of her perfume.
    p. 79.3
  • Not when it might still be toxic.
    p. 81.9
  • That could be toxic.
    p. 150.4
  • The toxic cocktail of drugs inside was designed to stop a heart for good.
    p. 282.3

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