Sentence Examples


  • Twain was deeply interested in people, and various " types " are drawn from his piercing gaze, rendered with acerbic wit.
  • His ' Sunday Times ' food column is a must-read with guaranteed acerbic comments directed at those who deserve them.
  • Not least of his characteristics was an acerbic tongue.
  • In private and in public, Kümel remains a forthright and acerbic critic of certain other Belgian filmmakers, among them the Dardennes.
  • The naturalistic, punchy, acerbic, dialog between Jack, Jim and barman Brendan, is teasing and humorous.

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