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Synonyms for acerb

having a taste characteristic of that produced by acids

Synonyms for acerb

sour or bitter in taste

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Duchamp favored the acerb, cool, and indifferent; Cornell privileged the nostalgic, limp, and oneiric.
There is a phrase in the Quarto text, 'as acerb as the coloquintida' (1.
Davie provides his own epigraph in one of his very last poems: "From me, although acerb, no epigrams.