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- adverb In a
acidulousmanner; in a mildly souror acidway.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Stewart considered himself not a close friend of Kennedy, but a quote, "friendly acquaintance" -- and Stewart observed what we might call journalistic niceties more acidulously than Joe did.
"At least, you need not expect me to help you," Helen said acidulously.
Guardy acidulously counseled his beloved Esmé not to be every species of
"Any man that's soft-headed enough to have a gander followin 'him round everywhere he goes ought to have a guardeen appointed," suggested Mr. Tate, acidulously, after he had recovered his dog and had cuffed his ears.
They are "universally described as both the most wise and the most virtuous part of the community which" ” Mill adds acidulously ” "is not the Aristocratical [class]" (Mill 1992,