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wourali

[woo-rah-lee] /wʊˈrɑ li/
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  • During that time, several experiments were made with the wourali poison.

    Wanderings in South America Charles Waterton
  • The wourali poison seems to be the only thing that will kill it quickly.

    Wanderings in South America Charles Waterton
  • It is called the wourali poison, and is said to be extracted from a sort of creeping vine, which grows in the country.

    The Mission Frederick Marryat
  • It is called the wourali poison, and is said to be extracted from a sort of creeping vine which grows in the country.

    The Mission; or Scenes in Africa Captain Frederick Marryat
  • The Indians in this district seem to depend more on the wourali poison for killing their game than on anything else.

  • The Indian finds in the wilds a vine called wourali, which furnishes the chief ingredient.

  • They are making the wourali poison for tipping the arrows for their bows and blow-pipes.

    On the Banks of the Amazon W.H.G. Kingston
  • First they showed us some long sticks of a thin vine—the wourali itself.

    On the Banks of the Amazon W.H.G. Kingston
  • All that thou wilt find here is a concise, unadorned account of the wourali poison.

    Wanderings in South America Charles Waterton
  • The wourali poison procured in these last-mentioned huts seemed very good, and proved afterwards to be very strong.

    Wanderings in South America Charles Waterton

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