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Synonyms for acid

Synonyms for acid

Synonyms for acid

any of various water-soluble compounds having a sour taste and capable of turning litmus red and reacting with a base to form a salt

being sour to the taste

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having the characteristics of an acid

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Analyses for water content, acidy index and peroxides were carried out for meat meal, bone meal, feather meal, viscera meal, viscera oils, and feed.
Produced in Chile, it is all-natural with very low acidy levels for well-rounded flavor and aroma.
Then, nanocatalyst particles of titanium oxide were stabilized upon glassy plates using thermal treatments.With the aid of these prepared plates, photocatalytic conversion of three different dyes was investigated carefully.The results of this research work successfully demonstrated almost complete removal of acidy organic pollutants thanks to the applied nanoparticles.The complete details of this work, collaborated by Marie-NoE1/2lle Pons from Nancy UniversitE[umlaut], France, are published in the Journal of Hazardous Materials, volume 168, pages 451 to 457, 2009.
Feature a vase in the dazzling orange of autumn leaves, cushions in acidy lemon yellows of apples, or bunches of flowers in pinks or blues displayed in simple containers.
I couldn't bring myself to actually taste it fresh but it leaves an acidy, tobacco-like taste on your fingers if you do not wash it off," said Bateman.
* Don't serve acidy foods, such as those that are tomato- or citrus-based or prepared with vinegar.
Soil must be free-draining and acidy. A post and wire support for summer raspberries allows air circulation.
They're a Japanese foursome who play real stony, acidy, '70s-style guitar rock, complete with psychedelic period get-ups.
(In conjunction with the exhibition, Rist screened Czech director Vera Chytilova's 1966 film Sedmikrasky [Daisies], a fascinating avantgarde vision of class and gender that offered keys to the installation's symbolism.) With her use of body-hugging camera work, which captures an uncommon sensuousness, and an exquisite use of acidy video color, Rist imbues Stir Heart, Rinse Heart with a mysterious type of appeal.
Lamarr referred to the 60s as an 'acidy, trippy' time, adding to Cilla: 'Not that you would admit to anything like that.'
Lamarr, standing in as host for Jonathan Ross on the show, referred to the 1960s as an "acidy, trippy" time.
Some critics, such as Martin Bernheimer, took to her right away, while the universally feared Claudia Cassidy of the Chicago Tribune wrote such a scathing review that Russell dubbed her "Acidy Cassidy," a nickname that stuck for years.
The supplier made such statements as Helps neutralize acidy foods." But, say executives, a lot of people didn't realize that here was, for the first time, a real option beyond taking one drug or another, or eliminating certain food from their diet.
The acidy pulp leeched into Sam's tongue and the sourness locked his jaw.