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vitriolic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvitriolicvit‧ri‧ol‧ic /ˌvɪtriˈɒlɪk◂ $ -ˈɑːlɪk◂/ adjective formal  CRUELvitriolic language, writing etc is very cruel and angry towards someone vitriolic remarks
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vitriolicThe press, too, was irresponsible and factional, given to vitriolic personal attacks and political character assassination.She attacked him in a vitriolic seven-page letter to the newspaper.There was even a second letter - more vitriolic than the first - and the date she meant to send it.Where does this vitriolic woman get her information from?
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