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But he was far from conceiving the acrid nature of her feelings towards him.
A CHARMING FELLOW, VOLUME III (OF 3)FRANCES ELEANOR TROLLOPE
From the cabin of the Adventurer floated up the acrid smoke of Wink's revolver.
THE ADVENTURE CLUB AFLOATRALPH HENRY BARBOUR
Materially it is an acrid saliva, withering where it drops; in the way of fellowship it is a corpse-emanation.
The leaves are acrid, and emit a pungent odour when handled.
The acrid Diuretics are perhaps the most powerful medicines in the order.
THE ACTION OF MEDICINES IN THE SYSTEMFREDERICK WILLIAM HEADLAND
They were like fires, half burning, half smouldering, with a sort of acrid fixture of regard.
At the same instant a whiff of the acrid smoke from the distant furnace fires tingled in his nostrils, and he quickened his pace.
THE QUICKENINGFRANCIS LYNDE
She immediately spat it out, finding that it had an acrid taste, and probably did not swallow more than a drop.
But such cathartics are to be interposed at proper intervals, as are most proper for evacuating thick and acrid humors.
MEDICA SACRARICHARD MEAD
The poison belongs to the class of acrid irritants, but its real nature remains for investigation.

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