Synonyms for Arsenic:

n.

brimstone, caesium, alkali metal. arsenic (noun)
arsenic trioxide, atomic number 33, Arsenous Anhydride, Arsenous Oxide, as.
element (noun)
dysprosium, chromium, nobelium, rhenium, bismuth, indium, rubidium, mendelevium, tantalum, fluorine, yttrium, promethium, californium, astatine, einsteinium, lanthanum, barium, nitrogen, terbium, aluminum, berkelium, cadmium, lutetium, strontium, xenon, bromine, antimony, lead, iridium, gadolinium, niobium, neon, uranium, sulfur, thorium, thallium, hydrogen, argon, manganese, silver, tin, polonium, cobalt, mercury, platinum, iodine, cesium, palladium, germanium, zinc, gold, scandium, curium, neptunium, boron, gallium, hafnium, silicon, osmium, cerium, neodymium, holmium, chlorine, beryllium, nickel, oxygen, samarium, erbium, element, calcium, thulium, krypton, sodium, ruthenium, titanium, carbon, europium, americium, francium, molybdenum, selenium, technetium, plutonium, protactinium, magnesium, tungsten, potassium, helium, actinium, phosphorus, tellurium, radium, rhodium, copper, radon, praseodymium, iron, ytterbium, lithium, vanadium, zirconium, fermium.
poison (noun)
carbon monoxide, hemlock, cyanide, poison, ptomaine, strychnine.
substance (noun)
Arsenous Anhydride, Arsenous Oxide, arsenic trioxide.

Other synonyms:

brimstone, caesium, alkali metal. arsenous anhydride
Arsenous Anhydride.
arsenous oxide
Arsenous Oxide.
as
as.
Other relevant words:
arsenic trioxide, atomic number 33, Arsenous Anhydride, Arsenous Oxide, as.

Usage examples for arsenic

  1. This perfection of phrase, this neatness, is an essential of wit, because its effect must be instantaneous; whereas humor is often diffuse and roundabout, and its impression cumulative, like the poison of arsenic – The Function Of The Poet And Other Essays by James Russell Lowell
  2. To this treatment, in some sort preventive, must be annexed an antimiasmatic beverage, either a permanganate of potash, or a solution of chlorate of potash, or of arsenic acid in powder, mixed with some aromatized beverage, or solution of arseniate of soda. – On the cattle plague: or, Contagious typhus in horned cattle. Its history, origin, description, and treatment by Honoré Bourguignon
  3. He was giving minute particulars about the use of arsenic paste when the box of skins to be despatched by Hamish reached London; and he was discussing what sort of mounting should be put on a strange old bottle that Janet Macleod had presented to the departing guest. – Macleod of Dare by William Black