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venom a look of pure venom what does 'pure venom' mean? Does it like look at somebody with great anger and be without kindness
Oct 6, 2018 2:43 AM
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Your answer as well as Peter's are both correct. "A look of pure venom" is an example of figurative language. Literally, "venom" is synonymous with "poison," which is harmful or deadly. Thus, the phrase means that someone who's got such a look has nothing but evil intentions. :)
October 6, 2018
Yes, it means to look at someone (or something) with pure hatred. Good luck with learning more!
October 6, 2018
instantaneous anger hatred scorn cheers
November 22, 2018
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