A quality of bodies which corrodes or damages others in addition a harsh or biting sharpness due to the fact acrimony of juices of specific plants
- a harsh and sour way
- an excellent of bodies which corrodes or ruins other people; also, a harsh or biting sharpness; since, the acrimony of this juices of specific plants.
- Sharpness or severity, by language or temperament; annoying bitterness of disposition or ways.
Harsh or biting sharpness of language or fealings - Acrimonious, acrimoniously, acrimoniousness.
1540s, "quality of being acrid," from Middle French acrimonie or straight from Latin acrimonia "sharpness, pungency of style," figuratively "acrimony, severity, power," from acer "sharp" (fem. acris, neuter acre; see acrid) + -monia suffix of activity, state, condition. Figurative expansion to "sharpness of temper" is very first recorded 1610s.
(n.) A good of figures which corrodes or ruins other people; in addition, a harsh or biting sharpness; since, the acrimony of juices of certain flowers.
- (n.) Sharpness or seriousness, since language or mood; irritating bitterness of personality or ways.
An illustration is, with the general run of mankind, more powerful to convince than an argument; and the cogency of the visible plea for the Copernican theory offered by the miniature system, then first disclosed to view, was recognizable in the triumph of its advocates as well as in the increased acrimony of its opponents.