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Synonyms for acrimonious

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Synonyms for acrimonious

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Synonyms for acrimonious

marked by strong resentment or cynicism


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Such performances have led to admiring glances from Real Madrid, where De Gea would now be playing his football was it not for a deal having collapsed acrimoniously in September 2015.
Sacha Baron Cohen also departed the project, though more acrimoniously.
The couple's marriage has ended acrimoniously and lawyers are now raking over the ashes of an increasingly messy divorce.
Then David and Jed split, acrimoniously, from Hal, which among other things led to the formation of Matthews Management.
Kirklees magistrates heard that his two-year relationship with Shamaikha Hussain ended acrimoniously last October.
Dimitri Payet reduced the deficit for the home side as they looked to recover from a poor first half but their afternoon ended acrimoniously as goalkeeper Adrian was sent off in injury time.
That early encouragement is in marked contrast to the last World Cup in 2010, which ended acrimoniously with captain Evra leading a players' strike in response to striker Nicolas Anelka being sent home from the squad.
Pink Floyd had split acrimoniously in 1982 and founder member Roger Waters did not feature on the Division Bell.
They broke up acrimoniously on stage in 1973 but got back together at a reunion concert at London's Royal Albert Hall 10 years later.
The report mentioned that a bout featuring these two legends has long been urged by fans and has come close in the past, but the last time it was seriously mooted the plan acrimoniously fell apart over drug-testing proposals.
It would indirectly link M and C Saatchi with Publicis Groupe's Saatchi and Saatchi once again, 18 years after Maurice and Charles Saatchi broke away acrimoniously from the agency the brothers founded in 1970.
1975: Rhodesia peace talks fail Talks between the Rhodesian Government and the African National Council have collapsed acrimoniously.
Isn't it a terrible shame this was not the case in the Tywyn and Bala areas when consultations ended so acrimoniously with the proposed closure of five primary schools totally against the wishes of the communities they serve?
9 -- President Asif Ali Zardari's visit to Britain finished acrimoniously.