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subacid

adjective sub·ac·id \ˌsəb-ˈa-səd\

Definition of SUBACID

:  somewhat acrimonious :  cutting <subacid comments>
sub·ac·id·ly adverb
sub·ac·id·ness noun

Origin of SUBACID

Latin subacidus, from sub- + acidus acid
First Known Use: 1760

Rhymes with SUBACID

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