ENVEN'OM, v.t. [from venom.] To poison; to taint or impregnate with venom, or any substance noxious to life; never applied, in this sense, to persons, but to meat, drink or weapons; as an envenomed arrow or shaft; an envenomed potion.
1. To taint with bitterness or malice; as the envenomed tongue of slander.