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acrimony
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
anger—often accompanied by bitterness
  • We could tell, however, when debate became more acrimonious than professional, but this was from watching lawyers other than our father. I never heard Atticus raise his voice in my life, except to a deaf witness.
    p. 229.9
acrimonious = angry
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