English words and Examples of Usage

use "acerbic" in a sentence

Watching an episode is like getting a glimpse into the acerbic comedian's brain.

Dahl's composition recalled Stravinsky at his least acerbic.13.9315

Many young colonial bohemians of the day were entertained by his quick acerbic wit.

Landon meanwhile, found himself the target of Taylor's acerbic wit.

Of his position, he said: I may be acerbic in how I write but.

His acerbic humor was a reflection of his unhappy upbringing and


Whibley’s style was described by Matthew as “often acerbic high- tory commentary”.

The acerbic song created a splash, nevertheless, and won Taha some recognition as a serious artist.

Renowned as an MP

with acerbic witCitation needed, he spent most of his time campaigning in the constituency.

He described her as being acerbic and thoughtful, as well as an intricate character who moves the plot forward for her own means.

r>Boehner, interviewed over the weekend on CBS' Face the Nation, was less acerbic, but critical nonetheless.

But his staff's acerbic take on Islam generated the most attention and vitriol and made him a target for extremists


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