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Synonyms for caustically

in a caustic vitriolic manner

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By banning his wife from travel, Toutounchi managed to hobble the national team on behalf of all the players of the rival teams," it said caustically.
The central and highly entertaining narrative in which von Wulffen encounters her painterly forebears is unspooled in the 2013 video that gave the exhibition its title: In pale and appropriately awkward drawings with speech balloons and the occasional eraser trace, von Wulffen concocts a caustically funny satire on her own day-to-day life as an artist, replete with embarrassing slipups, weird obsessions, and the machinations of a perfidious art scene.
Cake,'' in which Jennifer Aniston plays a bitterly grieving, caustically acerbic and chronically pained Los Angeles woman, belongs to a contrived kind of low-budget movie -- drab and depressed, but predictably poignant -- just as artificial as any blockbuster convention.
Cake," in which Jennifer Aniston plays a bitterly grieving, caustically acerbic and chronically pained Los Angeles woman, belongs to a contrived kind of low-budget movie -- drab and depressed, but predictably poignant -- just as artificial as any blockbuster convention.
At one memorable summer wedding I attended in my early 20s, I was wearing a wide-brimmed summer hat, and Betty walked up to me and said caustically, "What's with the fucking hat?
Republican Senator John McCain told CNN caustically that he was "puzzled" by some statements of the President.
This is thanks to their ability to layer Mathias' mischievous lyrics, which fuse intelligent and caustically comedic poetry perfectly with sharp, poppy rhythms on ukelele, clarinet and a long list of other instruments that gives the impression they certainly do not travel light when playing as a full band.
Justice Elena Kagan, an Obama appointee, observed caustically that Presidents seemed to use the clause strategically to deal "with congressional intransigence, with a Congress that simply does not want to approve appointments that the President thinks ought to be approved.
BORO fans were in full agreement with manager Aitor Karanka's caustically honest assessment of Saturday's drab goalless draw at Doncaster.
I give you my telephone number, and after one or two games (with a new manager) you can call me," he said caustically, hinting that the new manager would struggle with TURN TO PAGE 59
The cry for justice cuts the air as caustically as CS gas.
ISLAMABAD -- The head of APML (All Pakistan Muslim League) has scoffed at the 40-day tenure of PML-N, caustically 'predicting' "end of (predicament) of masses within 100 short days".
Even evangelical Luther caustically noted that the radical reformers of his day had "swallowed the Dove, feathers and all.
Although it acknowledges that a real world may, in fact, exist, "Toy's House," Jordan Vogt-Roberts' debut feature, is a full-on fairy tale, and one that could win plenty of friends with its absurdist, caustically funny take on adolescent agitation.
As engaging, witty, and caustically sardonic as the rest of the Discworld novels, as well as carrying on the series' trademark of high accessibility (Discworld novels tend to be relatively independent stories, and readers who are new to the series can begin with any book and not feel lost or confused), Snuff is highly recommended and thoroughly worthy of Pratchett's worldwide popularity