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vitriolic

Word Formadjective
DefinitionBitterly scathing; caustic.
Synonymsacid, blistering, venomous, acrid, acerbic, bitter, virulent
UsageThe critic showed no mercy in writing the most vitriolic review of her career.

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The Scot and the Devil – a heartwarming combination

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Mornings are misty

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A small bit of my cleaned and ready to dry rose hips

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The Scot and the Devil – a heartwarming combination

The Scot and the Devil – a heartwarming combination

No, I not talking about a romance novel set in Scotland. That's not really my style, even though I've heard some of those novels are as sizzling as my topic will be today. I'm talking about Scotch Eggs and Deviled Eggs. Two favorites of mine. The … Read more...

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‘TIS THE SEASON (well, at least it’s getting closer)

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Need a good fast fix for dry winter skin?

Need a good fast fix for dry winter skin?

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Winter is approaching!

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