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of a chemical substance:  corrosive; capable of destroying or eating away such as a strong acid


of a person:  sarcastic, critical, or harsh
  • She was pretty but not beautiful, smart but caustic, never chic, never ambitious, always intent on teaching elementary school for a few years, then getting married and having two children and living back on a farm, though not necessarily our farm—a horse farm in Kentucky was one of her early ambitions.
    p. 31.2

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