Definition of Acerbities

1. Noun. (plural of acerbity) ¹



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Definition of Acerbities

1. acerbity [n] - See also: acerbity

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Acerbities

acerata
acerate
acerate leaf
acerated
acerates
acerb
acerbate
acerbated
acerbates
acerbating
acerbation
acerber
acerbest
acerbic
acerbically
acerbities (current term)
acerbitude
acerbitudes
acerbity
acerebral
aceric
acerola
acerolas
acerose
acerous
acerra
acerras
acers
acerval
acervate

Literary usage of Acerbities

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1. Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1898)
"... Bye-elections—Party acerbities—Guildhall Banquet—The “Breach of Faith” Disappears—Lord Salisbury at the Albert Hall—Sir William ..."

2. William Winston Seaton of the "National Intelligencer". by Josephine Seaton (1871)
"... but carried into the editorial arena his innate decorum and gracious amenity, which not even the acerbities of partisan warfare could disturb. ..."

3. Potter's American Monthly (1880)
"There is no natural occasion for any acerbities of Nature, because all her emanations are amenities, so long as human beings subsist in harmony with ..."

4. The Exclusive Claims of Puseyite Episcopalians to the Christian Ministry by John Brown (1844)
"No such acerbities appear in these passages, but they express his calm and deliberate opinion as to the origin of Episcopacy ; and if, ..."

5. The Exclusive Claims of Pusevite Episcopalians to the Christian Ministry by John Brown (1842)
"No such acerbities appear in these passages, but they express his calm and deliberate opinion as to the origin of Episcopacy ; and if, under the influence ..."

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