nonpoisonous


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nonpoisonous

(nɒnˈpɔɪzənəs)
adj
not having the effects or qualities of a poison
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Adj.1.nonpoisonous - not producing poison
atoxic, nontoxic - not producing or resulting from poison
2.nonpoisonous - safe to eat
comestible, eatable, edible - suitable for use as food
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Compostable wastes or biodegradable wastes are wastes that can be broken down to nonpoisonous substances through the natural action of microorganisms.
The minister's adviser of Biodiversity Moustafa Fouda asserted that all kinds of jellyfish monitored on Egypt's shores are harmless and nonpoisonous. Meanwhile, head of reserves central administration of nature conservation department Mohamed Salem denied claims that the new Suez Canal is the reason behind the spread of jellyfish.
In case of bite by nonpoisonous snake, cure rate was 100% which was statistically significant.
Developed in the 1930s, Freon and other chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) were nonflammable and nonpoisonous alternatives to earlier toxic or flammable refrigerants, and millions of pounds were manufactured through the 1970s, when scientists figured out that the chlorine in CFCs was destroying the ozone layer--the main thing standing between us and harmful UV radiation from the sun.
This chapter contains many photos and diagrams, which are very helpful in identifying and distinguishing poisonous versus nonpoisonous mushrooms.
I thought it was nonpoisonous, but I couldn't be sure.
From the Chinese consumers' perspective, eco-friendly furniture contains the following key attributes: natural, nonpoisonous, and scentless material; adoption of environmental certification; and verification of legal origin of wood.
Most are nonpoisonous and their bites, apart from causing panic reaction and local injury, do not harm people.
"I thought I was going to die." The nonpoisonous Brown Belly California kingsnake called Hiss belongs to Gareth Niven, 21, who lives on Caroline's street in Guardbridge, Fife.
Generally, nonpoisonous snakes prefer to prey frogs [11] and these species seem more susceptible to Spirometra infection.
It's also a nontoxic, nonpoisonous fuel that doesn't contaminate aquifers or soil.