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1. acerb


Sinonimi: acerbic | acid | acrid | bitter | blistering | caustic | sulfurous | sulphurous | venomous | virulent | vitriolic | acerbic | astringent | sharp

ETYM Latin acerbus, from acer sharp: cf. French acerbe. Related to Acrid.
1. Harsh or corrosive in tone; SYN. acerbic, acid, acrid, bitter, blistering, caustic, sulfurous, sulphurous, venomous, virulent, vitriolic.
2. Sour or bitter in taste; SYN. acerbic, astringent, sharp.

2. acerbic


Acid in temper, mood, or tone.
Harsh or corrosive in tone

3. acid


ETYM Latin acidus sour, from the root ak to be sharp: cf. French acide. Related to Acute.
(Chemistry) Containing acid.
1. Harsh or corrosive in tone
2. Being sour to the taste
3. Having the characteristics of an acid

4. acidulous


ETYM Latin acidulus, dim. of acidus. Related to Acid.
Slightly sour; sub-acid; sourish.
Sharp or bitter-tasting; sharp or sour in taste or manner.

5. acrid


ETYM Latin acer sharp; prob. assimilated in form to acid. Related to Eager.
Strong and sharp.
Harsh or corrosive in tone.

6. acrious


7. acuate


Sinonimi: acute | sharp

Ending in a sharp point; SYN. acute, sharp.

8. aculeate


Sinonimi: aculeated

ETYM Latin aculeatus, from aculeus, dim. of acus needle.
Having or resembling a stinger or barb; SYN. aculeated.
Prickly; pointed; stinging; a stinging insect.
Botany, bearing many sharp points; Zoology, having sting; incisive.

9. aculeated


Having or resembling a stinger or barb

10. acute


Sinonimi: intense

ETYM Latin acutus, p. p. of acuere to sharpen, from a root ak to be sharp. Related to Ague, Cute, Edge.
1. Extremely sharp or intense; SYN. intense.
2. (Medicine) Having or experiencing a rapid onset and short but severe course.
3. Having or demonstrating ability to recognize or draw fine distinctions
4. Of an angle; less than 90 degrees
5. Of critical importance and consequence
6. In medicine, term used to describe a disease of sudden and severe onset which resolves quickly; for example, pneumonia and meningitis. In contrast, a chronic condition develops and remains over a long period.

11. angular


Sinonimi: angulate

ETYM Latin angularis, from angulus angle, corner. Related to Angle.
1. Having angles or an angular shape; SYN. angulate.
2. Measured by an angle or by the rate of change of an angle.

12. argute


Shrill; keen; shrewd; quick; sharp; shrill; astute; subtle.

13. asperous


14. austere


Sinonimi: stern | severe | stark

1. Of a stern or strict bearing or demeanor; forbidding in aspect; SYN. stern.
2. Severely simple; SYN. severe, stark.
3. Strict in moral outlook; extremely simple; without ornamentation; severe; sharp.

15. biting


Sinonimi: bitter

Causing a sharply painful or stinging sensation; used especially of cold; SYN. bitter.

16. bitter


ETYM AS. biter; akin to Goth. baitrs, Icel. bitr, Dan., Swed., Dutch, and German bitter, OS. bittar, from root of Eng. bite. Related to Bite.
1. Expressive of severe grief or regret.
2. One of the four basic taste sensations; sharp and disagreeable; like the taste of quinine.
3. Proceeding from or exhibiting great hostility or animosity.
4. Very difficult to accept or bear.

17. breme


Fierce; cruel; keen.

18. brim


Sinonimi: rim | lip

ETYM Old Eng. brim, brimme, AS. brymme edge, border; akin to Icel. barmr, Swed. bräm, Dan. braemme, German brame, bräme. Possibly the same word as AS. brim surge, sea.
1. A rim that sticks outward from the crown.
2. The top edge of a vessel; SYN. rim, lip.

19. brisk


Sinonimi: lively | merry | rattling | snappy | spanking | zippy

ETYM Cf. W. brysg, from brys haste, Gael. briosg quick, lively, Irish broisg a start, leap, jerk.
1. Quick and energetic; SYN. lively, merry, rattling, snappy, spanking, zippy.
2. Very active.

20. brusque


Sinonimi: brusk | curt | short

ETYM French brusque, from Italian brusco brusque, tart, sour, perh. from Latin (vitis) labrusca wild (vine); or cf. Old High Germ. bruttisc grim, from brutti terror.
Marked by rude or peremptory shortness; SYN. brusk, curt, short.
Blunt in speech or conduct.

21. caoine


22. caustic


Sinonimi: corrosive | erosive | vitriolic

ETYM Latin caustucs, Greek, from kaiein to burn. Related to Calm, Ink.
Of a substance, especially a strong acid; capable of destroying or eating away by chemical action; SYN. corrosive, erosive, vitriolic.

23. criard


24. criarde


25. cutting


Sinonimi: slip | thinning

1. A part (sometimes a root or leaf or bud) removed from a plant to propagate a new plant through rooting or grafting; SYN. slip.
2. A piece cut off from the main part of something.
3. The act of diluting something; SYN. thinning.

26. edgy


Sinonimi: high-strung | in suspense | jittery | jumpy | nervous | nervy | overstrung | restive | uptight

ETYM From Edge.
Being in a tense state; easily upset; SYN. high-strung, in suspense, jittery, jumpy, nervous, nervy, overstrung, restive, uptight.

27. harsh


Sinonimi: abrasive | rough

1. Disagreeable to the senses.
2. Extremely unkind or cruel.
3. Severe.
4. Sharply disagreeable; rigorous; SYN. abrasive.
5. Unpleasantly stern; SYN. rough.

28. keen


Having a sharp cutting edge or point

29. mordant


Biting; caustic; incisive; corrosive
Biting; corrosive; caustic; stinging

30. nice


Sinonimi: skillful | pleasant | agreeable | charming | affable | amenable

(Homonym: gneiss).
1. Done with delicacy and skill; SYN. skillful.
2. Pleasant or pleasing or agreeable in nature or appearance; SYN. pleasant, agreeable, charming, affable, amenable.
3. Possessing, marked by, or demanding great or excessive precision and delicacy.

31. penetrative


ETYM Cf. French pénétratif.
Tending to penetrate.

32. peppery


1. Of or pertaining to pepper; having the qualities of pepper; hot; pungent.
2. (Figurative) Hot-tempered; passionate.

33. peremptory


ETYM Latin peremptorius destructive, deadly, decisive, final: cf. French péremptorie. Related to Perempt.
Putting an end to all debate or action.
Commanding; allowing no denial, refusal, or delay; arrogant.

34. piercing


Sinonimi: shrill | sharp

1. High-pitched and sharp; SYN. shrill, sharp.
2. Loud and sharp

35. poignant


ETYM French, p. pr. of poindre to sting, from Latin pungere to prick, sting. Related to Pungent.
Keenly distressing to the mind or feelings.

36. pungent


ETYM Latin pungens, -entis, p. pr. of pungere, punctum, to prick. Related to Compunction, Expunge, Poignant, Point, Puncheon, Punctilio, Punt.
Sharp biting or acrid especially in taste or smell.
Having sharp, bitter flavor or acid smell; incisive, caustic (of wit etc.).
Botany, ending in a sharp point.

37. rough


Sinonimi: unsmooth

(Homonym: ruff).
1. Having or caused by an irregular surface; SYN. unsmooth.
2. Not perfected.
3. (Of persons or behavior) Lacking refinement or finesse; physically aggressive.
4. (Botany) Of the margin of a leaf shape; having the edge cut or fringed or scalloped.

38. rude


(Homonym: rood).
1. Impertinent; impolite; oarse or vulgar in manner.
2. Lacking refinement or delicacy: ignorant, unlearned; inelegant, uncouth; offensive in manner or action; discourteous; uncivilized, savage; coarse, vulgar.
3. Marked by or suggestive of lack of training or skill; inexperienced.
4. Robust, sturdy.
5. Occurring abruptly and disconcertingly.

39. rugged


Sinonimi: tough

1. Sturdy and strong in constitution or construction; enduring
2. Very difficult; severely testing stamina or resolution; SYN. tough.

40. salty


Sinonimi: salt

One of the four basic taste sensations; like the taste of sea water; SYN. salt.

41. scathing


Sinonimi: vituperative

Marked by harshly abusive criticism; SYN. vituperative.

42. searching


Sinonimi: trenchant

1. Exploring thoroughly.
2. Having keenness and forcefulness and penetration in thought, expression, or intellect; SYN. trenchant.

43. severe


Sinonimi: terrible | wicked | spartan | strict

1. Intensely or extremely bad or unpleasant in degree or quality; SYN. terrible, wicked.
2. Unsparing and uncompromising in discipline or judgment; SYN. spartan, strict.
3. Very bad in degree or extent

44. sharp


Sinonimi: sharp-worded | tart

1. Having or made by a thin edge or sharp point; suitable for cutting or piercing
2. Keenly and painfully felt; as if caused by a sharp edge or point
3. Quick and forceful
4. Very sudden and in great amount or degree
5. Harsh; SYN. sharp-worded, tart.
6. (Music) Raised in pitch by one chromatic semitone

45. shrewd


1. Artful; wily; cunning; arch.
2. Able or clever in practical affairs; sharp in business; astute; sharp-witted; sagacious; keen

46. shrill


Acute; sharp; piercing; having or emitting a sharp, piercing tone or sound.

47. slashing


As if striking with slashing blows

48. smart


1. Of or associated with people of fashion
2. Showing mental alertness and calculation and resourcefulness.
3. A synonym for intelligent. See intelligence.

49. strict


1. Exact; accurate; precise; rigorously nice
2. Tense; not relaxed
3. Governed or governing by exact rules; observing exact rules; severe; rigorous.
4. Rigidly interpreted; exactly limited; restricted

50. trenchant


ETYM Old Fren. trenchant, French tranchant, p. pr. Related to Trench.
1. Fit to cut; gutting; sharp.
2. (Figurative) Keen; biting; severe.
Incisive; terse; vigorous.
Sharp; cutting.

51. varminty


52. vinegarish



53. vitriolic


caustic or hostile

54. well-chosen


55. wicked


ETYM Old Eng. wicked, from wicke wicked; probably originally the same word as wicche wizard, witch. Related to Witch.
Morally bad in principle or practice.

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