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synonyms for acrimoniously

  • acerbically
  • bitingly
  • caustically
  • maliciously
  • sneeringly
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How to use acrimoniously in a sentence

School Board sessions on reopening regularly turned acrimonious during the past 11 months, often stretching to the early hours of the morning — and just as often without resulting in a consensus.
VIRGINIA’S LARGEST SCHOOL SYSTEMS VOW TO REOPEN CLASSROOMS FOR ALL BY MARCHHANNAH NATANSONFEBRUARY 3, 2021WASHINGTON POST
For Sinovac, the bribery cases have had little visible impact except to exacerbate an acrimonious shareholder struggle that has frozen trade of its stock on Nasdaq since February 2019.
AS CHINA NEARS A CORONAVIRUS VACCINE, BRIBERY CLOUD HANGS OVER DRUGMAKER SINOVACEVA DOUDECEMBER 4, 2020WASHINGTON POST
"Hain't got no business stirrin' us up like this for nothin'," said Atwell, acrimoniously.
SCATTERGOOD BAINESCLARENCE BUDINGTON KELLAND
I do not mean to intimate that the subject absolutely and acrimoniously annoyed our hero.
MISS RAVENEL'S CONVERSION FROM SECESSION TO LOYALTYJ. W. DE FOREST
Dr. Sutherland chivalrously assumed the sole authorship, and was acrimoniously attacked by some of his professional brethren.
THE LIFE OF FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE VOL. 2 OF 2EDWARD TYAS COOK
They carried on the parliamentary war, not less acrimoniously than when they were a majority, but somewhat more artfully.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES II.THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY
Their voices, lowered at first, rose acrimoniously; almost they penetrated to the silent room beyond.
LONG LIVE THE KINGMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
He was discussed more acrimoniously, more passionately than ever; no one could neglect him nor pretend not to have heard of him.
PUVIS DE CHAVANNESFRANCOIS CRASTRE
"You ought to heard what he said to me when I asked him to come over to our house and—" began Mrs. Ducker somewhat acrimoniously.
ANDERSON CROW, DETECTIVEGEORGE BARR MCCUTCHEON
"Tell it to whom you like, my good man," replied Brigitte, acrimoniously.
THE LESSER BOURGEOISIEHONORE DE BALZAC
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WORDS RELATED TO ACRIMONIOUSLY

  • acerbically
  • acrimoniously
  • bitingly
  • caustically
  • maliciously
  • sneeringly
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