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To kill, especially by poison; to be the poison of
To be the bane of
A killer, murderer, slayer
A cause of misery or death; an affliction or curse

The bane of my existence.

Poison, especially any of several poisonous plants
A bone
{n} mischief, ruin, poison
{v} t. to hurt, to poison
something causes misery or death; "the bane of my life"
In the words of Warren Buffet, Bill Bane Sr , is, "a great American and one of the last real traders around I like to call him 'Salvo '" His wife, Carol, is a huge NASCAR fan, and in her own words "delights in pulling the legs off central bankers " Cooper Bane, son number two, is a thriving artiste who specializes in making art that is much better than the stuff most folks are doing Jackson, son number three, is a world renowned master chef and plans on opening a restaurant Bill Bane Jr , son number one, plans on giving Mr Monroe Trout a run for his money [Bill Bane, Jr helped Professor Harvey put the hypertextual glossary together while an MBA student at Duke University ]
bone
deadly harm, ruin, death; something which causes harm, ruin, or death; a poison
A disease in sheep, commonly termed the rot
A person or thing that ruins or destroys
The bane of someone or the bane of someone's life is something that frequently makes them feel unhappy or annoyed. Spots can be the bane of a teenager's life. something that causes trouble or makes people unhappy be the bane of sth/sb
Any cause of ruin, or lasting injury; harm; woe
Destruction; death
That which destroys life, esp
Poison
poison of a deadly quality
To be the bane of; to ruin
(Old English bana, ultimately from a prehistoric Germanic word) Something bad, evil or that causes harm There are many Poisonous (Baneful) Herbs such as Henbane, Hemlock, Datura, Deadly Nightshade and Mandrake But in contradiction to the above meaning of "Bane" Even poisonous plants can be used for good i e "Healing" From which comes the saying "What can kill can cure!" Banish: To rid yourself of an unwanted thing whether it be a Person, Spirit or Bad habit etc To get rid of
{i} poison; destruction; misfortune, cursedness
something causes misery or death; "the bane of my life
In the words of Warren Buffet, Bill Bane Sr , is, ``a great American and one of the last real traders around I like to call him Salvo '' His wife, Carol, is a huge NASCAR fan, and in her own words ``delights in pulling the legs off central bankers '' Cooper Bane, son number two, is a thriving artiste who specializes in making art that is much better than the stuff most folks are doing Jackson, son number three, is a world renowned master chef and plans on opening a restaurant Bill Bane Jr , son number one, plans on giving Mr Monroe Trout a run for his money Bill Bane, Jr helped Professor Harvey put the hypertextual glossary together while an MBA student at Duke University
BANES
Bath and North East Somerset, a unitary authority in South West England
baneful
Poisonous
baneful
Deadly or sinister
baneful
{a} hurtful, destructive, poisonous
-bane
In the words of Warren Buffet, Bill Bane Sr , is, "a great American and one of the last real traders around I like to call him 'Salvo '" His wife, Carol, is a huge NASCAR fan, and in her own words "delights in pulling the legs off central bankers " Cooper Bane, son number two, is a thriving artiste who specializes in making art that is much better than the stuff most folks are doing Jackson, son number three, is a world renowned master chef and plans on opening a restaurant Bill Bane Jr , son number one, plans on giving Mr Monroe Trout a run for his money [Bill Bane, Jr helped Professor Harvey put the hypertextual glossary together while an MBA student at Duke University ]
-bane
deadly harm, ruin, death; something which causes harm, ruin, or death; a poison
-bane
something causes misery or death; "the bane of my life"
-bane
In the words of Warren Buffet, Bill Bane Sr , is, ``a great American and one of the last real traders around I like to call him Salvo '' His wife, Carol, is a huge NASCAR fan, and in her own words ``delights in pulling the legs off central bankers '' Cooper Bane, son number two, is a thriving artiste who specializes in making art that is much better than the stuff most folks are doing Jackson, son number three, is a world renowned master chef and plans on opening a restaurant Bill Bane Jr , son number one, plans on giving Mr Monroe Trout a run for his money Bill Bane, Jr helped Professor Harvey put the hypertextual glossary together while an MBA student at Duke University
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(Old English bana, ultimately from a prehistoric Germanic word) Something bad, evil or that causes harm There are many Poisonous (Baneful) Herbs such as Henbane, Hemlock, Datura, Deadly Nightshade and Mandrake But in contradiction to the above meaning of "Bane" Even poisonous plants can be used for good i e "Healing" From which comes the saying "What can kill can cure!" Banish: To rid yourself of an unwanted thing whether it be a Person, Spirit or Bad habit etc To get rid of
baned
past of bane
baneful
archaic Poisonous
baneful
evil or bad
baneful
{s} destructive, harmful
baneful
deadly or sinister; "the Florida eagles have a fierce baleful look"
baneful
Having poisonous qualities; deadly; destructive; injurious; noxious; pernicious
baneful
exceedingly harmful
baneful
Exceedingly harmful; causing harm, death, ruin
baneful
Portending disaster
banefully
in a noxiously baneful way; "this banefully poisoned climate
banefully
destructively, harmfully
banes
third-person singular of bane
banes
plural of bane
baning
present participle of bane
flea bane
{i} plant that destroys or repels fleas
leopard's-bane
any of several herbs of the genus Doronicum having alternate often clasping stem leaves cultivated for their long stalks of yellow flower heads
leopards bane
A name of several harmless plants, as Arnica montana, Senecio Doronicum, and Paris quadrifolia
libbards bane
Leopard's bane
bane
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