Definition of Empoisoned

1. Verb. (past of empoison) ¹



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Definition of Empoisoned

1. empoison [v] - See also: empoison

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Empoisoned

employment at will
employment contract
employment interview
employment office
employments
employs
emplume
emplumed
emplumes
empluming
emplunge
emplunged
emplunges
emplunging
empoison
empoisoned (current term)
empoisoner
empoisoners
empoisoning
empoisonment
empoisonments
empoisons
empolder
empolders
emporia
emporium
emporiums
empose
empoverish
empoverished

Literary usage of Empoisoned

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1. The Harvard Classics by Charles William Eliot (1910)
"They had joined with them many Indians, whom they had placed in corners of advantage, all bowmen, with their arrows most villainously empoisoned, ..."

2. Voyages and Travels: Ancient and Modern by Herodotus, Cornelius Tacitus, Philip Nichols, Francis Pretty, Walter Raleigh, Walter Biggs, Edward Haies, George Campbell Macaulay (1910)
"They had joined with them many Indians, whom they had placed in corners of advantage, all bowmen, with their arrows most villainously empoisoned, ..."

3. The Travels of Sir John Mandeville: The Version of the Cotton Manuscript in by John Mandeville, Willem van Ruysbroeck, Odorico (1905)
"And after, was this soldán empoisoned at Damascus, and his son thought to reign after him by heritage, and made him to be clept ..."

4. The Horse by William Youatt, Walker Watson, Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1874)
"The heated air has much to do with the production of the disease ; the empoisoned air a great deal more ; for every one must have observed, on entering a ..."

5. The Arthurian Tales: The Greatest of Romances which Recount the Noble and by Thomas Malory, Ernest Rhys (1906)
"Then was it openly known that Sir Pinell empoisoned the apples of the feast, to the intent to have destroyed Sir Gawaine, because Sir Gawaine and his ..."

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