Fer-de-lance



[fer-dl-ans, -ahns] /ˌfɛr dlˈæns, -ˈɑns/

noun
1.
a large pit viper, Bothrops atrox, of tropical America.
/ˌfɛədəˈlɑːns/
noun
1.
a large highly venomous tropical American snake, Trimeresurus (or Bothops) atrox, with a greyish-brown mottled coloration: family Crotalidae (pit vipers)

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