Monday, February 1, 2016

SAT Word of the Week: ACRID

The word acrid has two meanings. As an adjective, acrid means bitter tasting. As a verb, acrid describes someones personality or tone. A person with an acrid personality is angry or biting. No matter whether it is being used as an adjective or verb, acrid always holds a negative connotation.

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