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- adv. In an acrimonious manner; with acrimony.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an acrimonious manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an acrimonious manner; sharply; bitterly; pungently.
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Last year's climate-change summit in Copenhagen ended acrimoniously with a last-minute nonbinding accord brokered by the U.S. and China, both of which had traded accusations of diplomatic snubs.
My husband and I separated acrimoniously nearly two years ago.
They are holed up at an LA airport hotel and will hold the vote there, nearly two months after a first attempt to elect a chairman for the next four years failed acrimoniously.
Williams and Woods split acrimoniously in June, with each offering different versions of what happened between them.
Xavi produced a goal of surgical precision to give Barcelona a 3-2 win over Milan in an enthralling Champions League match which also featured Zlatan Ibrahimovic scoring against the Catalan club he left acrimoniously last year.
The two sides broke all contact last Wednesday after talks over an agreement, which includes where news media outlets can syndicate material, the speed of publication of pictures and the extent to which readers can engage with online content during a match, acrimoniously broke down when the football bodies walked away from the table.
A key OPEC meeting split acrimoniously in June after Iran successfully thwarted a Saudi push to hike oil output.
Mr. Lampert's bare-bones décor frustrated some of his business partners, notably Martha Stewart Omniliving Media Inc., whose relationship with Kmart ended acrimoniously in 2009.
Later that month Myler splits acrimoniously with his former employer over the still disputed question of whether or not he and the News of the World's former head of legal, Tom Crone, told James Murdoch that phone hacking at the paper went beyond a single rogue reporter back in 2008.
For Bellamy it was an evening he will cherish, given the way his time at City ended so acrimoniously.