vitriolic


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of a substance, especially a strong acid

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He said: If Kirsty continues with this, she needs to acknowledge it might backfire," adding: It is surprising she was quite so vitriolic.
The UAE deserves an apology from Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper after he launched a vitriolic attack on the emirates, a senior UAE official said.
Now do give us a break from his vitriolic rants, mutterings and grumbling - please.
Stealing the show, though, is the Squeeze-like social commentary in dysfunctional Family Of Leeches and vitriolic Bumbag.
All those Dail spats, bitter speeches and often vitriolic verbal attacks have been confined to the past for the historians to mull over.
Margaret was heartbroken and she later wrote a vitriolic book about her ex-husband.
The abolitionist movement is faulted for "belligerent and vitriolic anti-Southern rhetoric," while Lincoln is skewered as a power-hungry, racist hypocrite with little interest in freeing the slaves.
That's an important lesson, especially when a vitriolic and divisive national election has just left many of us feeling frustrated and cynical about what we can do to make a difference.
Immersed in the vitriolic colors of these modernistic assemblages one felt as if the artist herself were inviting us to join her in inhabiting the ideas of the various writers and thinkers.
Bush's comments came after several close political allies in the Religious Right had offered a series of vitriolic tirades against Muslims.
Stockland's article (March 2002) reveals him as a troubled, vindictive, vitriolic son, who has done just what he falsely accuses Gzowski of doing--using his forum to cram misguided thinking upon the public.
The vitriolic section of the site advocates letting Scots separate from the Union, saying: "If the Scots want to go, let them!
Emerson traveled extensively throughout his Middlesex District, delivering his vitriolic "Fugitive Slave Law Address," which attacked Daniel Webster for his perfidy in supporting this heinous act.
Critics have been vitriolic, complaining, "Send a wreath.
I'm going to make an exception this month for myself, however, and respond right here to the letter on Page 8 from Martin Haydon because of its personally vitriolic nature.