toxophil

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tox·o·phil

, toxophile (tok'sō-fil, -fīl),
Susceptible to the action of a poison; having an affinity for toxins.
[toxo- + G. philos, fond]
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toxophil

, toxophile (toks′ŏ-fil″) (-fīl″) [ toxo- + -phile]
Having a special affinity for toxins.
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A determined group of "toxophiles" (amateurs of archery) sought to keep the sport alive in the 19th century by promoting it as a suitable recreation for ladies and gentlemen.