- r in a very malevolent manner
- For another, he is able to write of William Ewart Gladstone as venomously as if that formidable old gentleman were still active in politics.
- The New York Evening Post, always serious on social matters, declared venomously: "A bull-headed Vice President goaded by an ambitious woman can stir up all kinds of a mess.
- As Sir Austen resumed his seat, famed Laborite Leader Ramsay Macdonald pounced venomously upon his last words: "I am very much inclined to allow the laurels which the right .
- Nicholas Blincoe in guardian.co.uk
One feels like a not-so-innocent bystander asking Robert Harris if he really ought to put the boot in quite so venomously, while one's inner self is cheering him on,said Nicholas Blincoe in the Daily Telegraph, reviewing The Ghost, an...