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Latin ācrimōnia sharpness from ācer sharp ak- in Indo-European roots
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Middle French acrimonie, from Latin ācrimōnia (“sharpness, pungency”).
You were saved out of it and became the object of their acrimony.
Is it possible to avoid such acrimony when you get divorced?
The Act would promote mediation, which is designed to reduce acrimony between the parties.
The latest news comes from Britain's Daily Mail newspaper, reporting on an alleged court document "containing accounts of acrimony and mistreatment during their four-year marriage."
The latter was an issue that caused acrimony between Royalists and Puritans.
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