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Ending the filibuster would only ramp up partisan acrimony and increase the level of fear and anxiety around American elections.
It took about as long after that for everyone else at the Capitol to look around and realize that those bumpers might relegate the next two years to paralysis, standoffs and acrimony.
JOE MANCHIN IN THE MIDDLEPHILIP ELLIOTTMARCH 10, 2021TIME
In 2019, the acrimony spilled into contentious city council elections that ended in the defeat of most Amazon-backed candidates.
How do they reason upon a dogma, and quarrel with acrimony about a system of which even themselves can comprehend nothing?
LETTERS TO EUGENIAPAUL HENRI THIRY HOLBACH
The affairs of the village are discussed without acrimony, and a certain amount of understanding arrived at.
THE HILLS AND THE VALERICHARD JEFFERIES
The Jesuits, in a phase of ascendancy, persecuted and insulted the Buddhists with great acrimony.
We are told that there prevailed between the two a great and reciprocal acrimony.
The bread question was the topic of the hour, and gave rise to more acrimony than had any antecedent injustice.
He had not looked at Lydia as he poured out this sudden flood of acrimony, but at her quick, fierce reply, he faced her.
THE SQUIRREL-CAGEDOROTHY CANFIELD
In the first place, there were these pseudo-creditors who had just attacked him in his own park with much acrimony.
MR. SCARBOROUGH'S FAMILYANTHONY TROLLOPE

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