from The Century Dictionary.
- Like vinegar; hence, sour; sharp.
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- adjective Tasting somewhat like
- adjective figuratively
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- adjective having a sour disposition; ill-tempered
- adjective tasting or smelling like vinegar
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"It does taste vaguely vinegarish," Patrick conceded.
I could smell him now, vinegarish, hormonally charged.
We dote upon vinegarish old maids, self - righteous men, and canting women when they are exposed by narrative art, and especially when poetic justice wrecks them.
Believe me, Anastasia, the most vinegarish prude could never object to Lady
He maintained an elm-shaded residence on Front Street, presided over by an ancient housekeeper, of certain and gusty disposition, who had guided his first toddling steps and grieved with him for childhood's insupportable wrongs, and whose vinegarish disapprovals were still feared by Mitchell; it was for her praise or blame that his overt walk and conversation were austere and godly, his less laudable activities so mole-like.
Like Winthorpe's, his blood was black and icy and vinegarish.
Hannan keeps presenting new and interesting views of how this whole nationhood and union fit together, he has a suitably vinegarish tongue for most subjects, except for Peter Hain where his familiarity with the oil stain shows through.