Examples of acidic in a Sentence
The soil in our garden is very acidic.
the acidic water of a polluted lake
Recent Examples of acidic from the Web
Major studies show the southeast and southwest regions of the Gulf of Alaska will take the hardest economic hits from increasingly acidic waters.
Maple and oak trays release acidic gases that can damage straw baskets, pottery, fabric and other objects that are a few thousand years old.
The accompanying truffle aioli was well-executed but the croquetas would have benefited from a dipping sauce with an acidic punch, something to help cut through the intensity of the bechamel.
Otherwise, consumers might not buy them because the tart, acidic berry in its natural form is unpalatable to most people.
The current version requires 13 microwatts of power, which could potentially be provided by a voltaic cell—developed by Nadeau—that runs on acidic stomach juices.
Tender, slightly sweet acidic fruit cuts the sweetness from the meringue and the richness from the cream.
Then these dark-green fragments are put through misery, plunged into tanks mimicking the hotter, more acidic waters projected to one day overtake the tropical region.
Walking in acid rain, or even swimming in a lake affected by acid rain, is no more dangerous to humans than walking in normal rain or swimming in non-acidic lakes, the Environmental Protection Agency said.
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ACIDIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of acidic for English Language Learners
: having a very sour or sharp taste
: containing acid
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