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Acrid: Sharp or bitter tasting or smelling Acid: A compound usually having a sour taste
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Ac, acr = sharp Words ACRIMONIOUS – bitter ACERBITY – bitterness of temper ACRID – unpleasantly strong or bitter in smell or taste.
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