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acrid (adjective), more acrid, most acrid
1. Descriptive of something being sharp, bitter, or stinging to the mouth, taste, smell, eyes, skin, and the nose: Thick, acrid smoke was being expelled from the factory's chimney.
2. Characterizing a person being irritating in behavior or sarcastic in speech, writing, etc.: When Jim was asked why he failed to arrive for the business meeting on time, he replied with an acrid remark about a policeman who gave him a ticket for speeding.
Sharp or bitter in taste or smell; sarcastic speaking.
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Stinging to the taste or smell.
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Unpleasant and bitter in smell, taste, or behavior. (2)