of, pertaining to, or characteristic of the planet Venus or its inhabitants
At the first glimpse I received of Venusian waters, my admiration was taken by storm.
From some confidential instructions he dropped while making a getaway they learned that he was secret agent for some Venusian colony or other.
The ten Earth-days of the Venusian night had been busy and full, and spiced with the exoticism of the truly new.
Earth news…was followed by Martian news, by Venusian news, by the column from the asteroids.
The radar image of the tortured Venusian landscape—its weird volcanoes, pancake domes and narrow, sinuous canyons—dominated the main screen of Goliath ’s control centre, but Poole preferred the evidence of his own eyes.
Ugulma’s shop was on the swampier side of town, a typical Venusian structure that looked like a banyan tree topped with a slice of peat bog.
A. Blair 'Annals 29th Century'
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