- acrid ► ADJECTIVE ▪ unpleasantly bitter or pungent.DERIVATIVES acridity noun acridly adverb.ORIGIN from Latin acer 'sharp, pungent' .
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Acridly — Ac rid*ly, adv. In an acid manner. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
acridly — adverb see acrid … New Collegiate Dictionary
acridly — See acridity. * * * … Universalium
acridly — adverb In a harsh or corrosive manner … Wiktionary
acridly — adv. in a bitter and irritating manner; caustically, sharply … English contemporary dictionary
acridly — ac·rid·ly … English syllables
acridly — ˈakrə̇dlē, li adverb : in an acrid manner … Useful english dictionary
acrid — adjective Etymology: modification of Latin acr , acer sharp more at edge Date: 1712 1. sharp and harsh or unpleasantly pungent in taste or odor ; irritating 2. deeply or violently bitter ; acrimonious < an acrid … New Collegiate Dictionary
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acrid — acridity /euh krid i tee/, acridness, n. acridly, adv. /ak rid/, adj. 1. sharp or biting to the taste or smell; bitterly pungent; irritating to the eyes, nose, etc.: acrid smoke from burning rubber. 2. extremely or sharply stinging or bitter;… … Universalium