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acrimony
used in Washington Square

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Definition
anger—often accompanied by bitterness
  • Aunt Penniman, however, took no account of it; she spoke even with a touch of acrimony.
    Chapter 5 (94% in)
acrimony = anger or bitterness
  • It was not an easy thing to bring out, and while he turned it over the difficulty made him acrimonious.
    Chapter 28 (31% in)
acrimonious = angry
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