There was a long history of acrimony between the rival teams.
Acrimony is a noun.
this loud music is the reason. Reason for my Acrimony.
Example sentence for the noun 'acrimony':A heart filled with acrimony will not bring happiness or satisfaction.
The speaker attacked him with great acrimony
The acrimony in her voice when she asked for the right, was intolerable for others in the group.
"There was a long history of acrimony between the rival coaches." "Some Greeks held considerable acrimony toward the Turkish residents of Cyprus."
Her acrimony over losing was unlike her, she is usually a good sport.
There was a lot of acrimony involved in their divorce, but they remain cordial for the sake of their children.
testimony, acrimony, matrimony
actually activity acrimony
unkindness, rudeness, malice, harshness, bitterness, virulence, animosity
There are four syllables. Ac-ri-mo-ny.
acrimony, animosity, bitterness, rancor, resentfulness, spite, malice
The noun form for the adjective acrimonious is acrimoniousness.A related noun form is acrimony.
Lack of alimony can result in this. Answer: ACRIMONY (demon, loony, bronco, facial)
The possessive form of the plural noun words is words'.Example: Her words' acrimony drew the attention of everyone.
resentment, hostility, indignation, animosity, acrimony, rancour, ill feeling, bad blood, sourness, acidity, sharpness, tartness, acerbity
His parents and paternal grandparents all had that name, so he decided that it would avoid a lot of confusion and acrimony if he just used the same one.
The primary synonyms are mockery, ridicule, contempt, or irony. Others could include invective, acrimony, rancor, or satire (but these all mean specific things).
Any, Anybody, accessory, accordingly, annually, acrimony, actually, actuary, adultery, aery, arguementively, adventurously, agony, ahoy, and many more.
The nouns acrimony, hostility, and animosity can be synonyms of "enmity" (ill feelings, antagonism), often an expression of mutual hatred between opposing sides.
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