viperish


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vi·per·ish

 (vī′pər-ĭsh)
adj.
Spiteful or malicious; venomous: a viperish retort.
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viperish

[ˈvaɪpərɪʃ] ADJ (fig) → viperino

viperish

adj (fig)giftig
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She cast one viperish look at me as I entered the hall, but said nothing, and went slowly upstairs without returning my bow.
The lady of the viperish face came in "Madame Fosco-- Mr.
I believe you," she said, but in such a manner--in the manner of which, at times, she was a mistress--and with such a note of disdain and viperish arrogance in her tone, that God knows I could have killed her.
Grace started up angrily from her seat, and fixed her viperish eyes on Mercy.