noun, plural tox·ic·i·ties.
Related formshy·per·tox·ic·i·ty, nounnon·tox·ic·i·ty, noun
Examples from the Web for toxicity
This is a story about the toxicity of the right-wing echo chamber.The Right-Wing Crusade Against KStew: How Fear Factories Like Breitbart and Fox Distort News|Marlow Stern|October 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As Reagan injected the toxicity of racial division into the American body politic, Jackson spoke about “coming up together”.
Journalists will still scribble down the things they say, but most Americans have by now tuned all that toxicity out.
Propylene glycol, on the other hand, is used to reduce the toxicity of antifreeze.
Given the toxicity of the Conservative “brand” in Scotland, that could prove fatal for unionism.
No decrease in yield or toxicity was evident during this period.
Caution:—Owing to the toxicity of the digitalis, it is best not to order more than a limited number of these tablets at one time.Candy Medication|Bernard Fantus
Moreover, there is some evidence that caffein increases the toxicity of certain poisons, as shown by Hale33 for acetanilid.
Equally important, therefore, especially in studies on toxicity, are the changes produced in chronic intoxication.
About the same time Amory4 published the results of his studies on the toxicity of caffein in cats, dogs, rabbits, and pigeons.