acid[ as-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF acid
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACID
It is produced by the action of zinc-dust on the acid sulphite of soda.
Of acid it would take 60 times the weight of the gas, or nearly 76 tons.
"Very nice," said Cleopatra, trying with all her over-amuleted heart, not to be acid.
The lead salts not soluble in ether were decomposed by acid.
Father was workin' on the acid, that's 'ow he got 'is pisoned-leg.
That look was like the bite of acid that reveals the structure of crystal in metals.
The same was the case with a mixture of acid air and common air.
Since the acid is heavy, some means of drawing it out of the bottle is necessary.
Instead, pour it on the floor where the acid is most likely to be spilled.
This will neutralize the acid and prevent it from rotting the wood.