- a rough and bitter manner
- a sharp sour taste
- a sharp bitterness
How To Use acerbity In A Sentence
- Bonaparte a kind of acerbity and bitter irony, of which he long endeavoured to discover the cause. Complete Project Gutenberg Collection of Memoirs of Napoleon
- Besides those aeruginous not ripe outside, some banana appearance are very yellow, but taste however fleshy qualitative hair is good, even some hair are acerbity.
- The land of area of state Bei Hua is a few limy clay, and get the influence of maritime climate, the grape here is so early, but thicker acerbity.
- 'acerbity' meant that 'you ate nothing but vegetable food,' and so on all down the list. Rilla of Ingleside
- Get up in the morning acid of lumbar acerbity backache, shoulder, a headache?
- Lord Chancellor, and increased in acerbity as he described what he called the altered mind of his honourable and learned friend the The Prime Minister
- He perceived in Bonaparte a kind of acerbity and bitter irony, of which he long endeavoured to discover the cause. The Memoirs of Napoleon
- In the other countries of Europe, racial and religious acerbity is intensified by economic and political agitation. The Social Disability of the Jew
- But the highest victory of great power is that of self-restraint, and it would be a beneficent result of this memorable meeting, this oecumenical council of the press, if it taught us all -- the brethren of this mighty priesthood -- that mutual knowledge of each other which should modify prejudices, restrain acerbity of thought and expression, and tend in some degree to bring in that blessed time -- Standard Selections A Collection and Adaptation of Superior Productions From Best Authors For Use in Class Room and on the Platform
- There was a new ferocity in her outburst, a bitterness far removed from her usual cool acerbity. A WORM OF DOUBT