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What does Acerbate mean?

transitive verb. ac·er·bat·ed, ac·er·bat·ing, ac·er·bates. To vex or annoy. Origin of acerbate. Latin acerbāre acerbāt- to make harsh from acerbus harsh ; see acerbic .

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Keeping this in view, what does Altiloquent mean?

adjective. rare. Of speech, writing, etc.: characterized by altiloquence; loud, elevated, pompous, or high-flown. Occasionally also of a person: using such language.

Also, how do you use acrimony in a sentence? Sentence Examples

  1. You were saved out of it and became the object of their acrimony.
  2. The latest news comes from Britain's Daily Mail newspaper, reporting on an alleged court document "containing accounts of acrimony and mistreatment during their four-year marriage."

Keeping this in view, what is Acuate?

Definition of acuate. (Entry 1 of 2) : having a sharp point : shaped like a needle : sharpened. acuate. transitive verb.

What is the antonym of acrimonious?

Antonyms: dulcet, honeyed, luscious, nectared, saccharine, sweet. Synonyms: acerb, acetous, acid, acidulated, acidulous, acrid, biting, bitter, caustic, cutting, harsh, irate, pungent, savage, sharp, sour, stinging, tart, vinegarish, virulent.

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