Acrimonious : Synonyms and Antonyms
( Adjective )
In this acrimonious political situation, we could not remain peace and calm.
She was uncharacteristically acerbic in her response.
It seems churlish to refuse such a generous offer.
He tore up the letter in a fit of petulance.
People who did not like him said he was very sarcastic.
He is just being spiteful.
The stewed apple needs a bit more sugar. It is still a bit tart.
He found her parents very affable.
She is benign by nature.
Mt parents are very kind and forgiving.
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