Acrimonious in a Sentence
Acrimonious - Definition
angry in tone; bitter
Use Acrimonious in a sentence
Your acrimonious arguments about religion only sever friendships.
From crumbs in the butter to jelly in the peanut butter jar, it didn't take much for the acrimonious man to get into a temper.
We could avoid this acrimonious situation altogether by agreeing to disagree on the issue.
The commissioners manage to get into one acrimonious dispute after another, causing negotiations over city reforms to fall through.
Why do we let acrimonious discussions get in the way of our friendship?
Despite the acrimonious relationship I have with my boss, he respects my quality of work.
You may give that acrimonious tone to your mother, but in the classroom, I demand the utmost respect.
How acrimonious of you cheat during our relationship!
To say that I steal is not only false, but it's resentful and acrimonious.
A referee miscalling will certainly spark acrimonious tempers in living rooms around the world.
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