Word – Acrimony
Acrimony – Word of the Day
Bitterness or ill-feeling
Acrimony originates from the Latin word acrimonia, which means “bitter taste of smell”.
- The rising income inequality is creating great acrimony between the upper and working class.
- Ever since the divorce proceedings, there has been too much acrimony between Adam and Christina
- Her acrimony for her neighbors manifests itself with shouting and stomping.
- They broke up without any acrimony.
- Over time, the resentment grew into acrimony.
- We were shocked by the level of acrimony shown after the council meeting.
- His review of my book was dripping with acrimony.
- It is incredibly difficult, nay, impossible, to resolve feelings of acrimony between two quarelling women.
- It is not advisable to have acrimonious relations with your own family.
- The quarrel between Jenna and Joanna was acrimonious beyond all imagination.
- I have had my fair share of acrimonious encounters with the law enforcement in this town.
- The results of the referendum might lead to acrimonious relations between the provincial and the federal government.