Acid synonyms

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Causing or tending to cause erosion
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Having the properties of an acid
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Having the properties of an acid
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Having the properties of an acid
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Strongly affecting the senses of smell and taste:
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Sharp in taste; sour; acid; acidulous
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Tending to bite.
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Spitefully sarcastic:
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Having the properties of an acid
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Having the properties of an acid
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Referring to something that contains a disinfectant or has the properties of a disinfectant.
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Losing cohesion or unity.
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Having power to dissolve power to dissolve a solid body.
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Having the properties of an acid
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(Geol.) Designating or of igneous rocks with more than 66% silica
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Having the properties of an acid
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Stinging; cutting
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A substance or preparation, such as alum, that draws together or constricts body tissues, resulting in decreased flow of blood or other secretions.
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A sour substance
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(Chemistry) Any electrophylic compound that can accept a pair of electrons and form a coordinate covalent bond.
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A sour substance
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A crystalline compound, C15H15N2CON(C2H5)2, an amide of lysergic acid, used in the study of schizophrenia and other mental disorders and as a psychedelic drug: it produces hallucinations, delusions, etc. resembling those occurring in a psychotic state
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*A drug
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Any substance tending to induce hallucination
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Any psychoactive substance (such as LSD or psilocybin) which, when consumed, causes perceptual changes (sometimes erratic and uncontrollable), visual hallucination, and altered awareness of the body and mind.
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Having the sharp, acid taste of lemon juice, vinegar, green fruit, etc.
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The definition of sarcastic is a description of a sneering or ironic remark or someone who makes such remarks.
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Cutting or sarcastic
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A substance used in the diagnosis, treatment, or prevention of a disease or as a component of a medication.
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Turning sour; readily becoming tart or acid; slightly sour.
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Of, like, containing, or producing acetic acid or vinegar
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Causing, or connected with, acetification; as, acetous fermentation.
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The radical CH3 CO, derived from acetic acid.
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Having an acid quality; sour; acidulous.
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Somewhat sarcastic
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Acrid is defined as a sharp, bitter taste or smell that is unpleasant.
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Bitter and caustic in temper, manner, or speech
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An organic compound containing the group RCO, where R is a halogen. Acyls are formed from organic acids by replacing the hydroxyl group (OH) within the carboxyl group (COOH) with a halogen. For example, acetyl chloride (CH3 COCl) is formed by replacing the hydroxyl group of acetic acid (CH3 COOH) with a chlorine atom. The names of acyls are formed by replacing the suffix –ic of the acid's name with –yl.
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A hydroxide of an alkali metal. The aqueous solution of alkalis is bitter, slippery, caustic, and characteristically basic in reactions.
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(Chemistry) Relating to an amine.
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The definition of base is something that forms a foundation.
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Pertaining to, or obtained from, benzoin.
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Of or containing boron, esp. its oxides
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Of, relating to or containing carbolic acid
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(Of language etc.) Sharp, bitter, cutting, biting, sarcastic.
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Of or containing cyanogen
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Of or relating to foliage; pteroylglutamic, as in folic acid.
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Designating or of a colorless acid, HCOOH, that is extremely irritating to the skin: it is found in living organisms, as ants, spiders, and nettles, and is prepared commercially for use in dyeing textiles, treating leather, preserving food, etc.
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(Chemistry) of, or relating to iodine or its compounds, especially those in which it has a valency of five
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Of, relating to, or derived from milk.
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Pertaining to apples.
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Of or pertaining to oil, especially to vegetable oil
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Sharp; piercing
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To the point; sharp:
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Of or relating to Tartary or the Tartars; Tartarian.
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(Figuratively) Keen; biting; vigorously effective and articulate; severe; as, trenchant wit.
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Of a liquid, having turned partially or fully to vinegar.
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Harshness, bitterness, or severity; as, acerbity of temper, of language, of pain.
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The act or process of making something sour (acidifying), or changing into an acid.
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The state, quality, or degree of being acid.
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The definition of acrimony refers to the hostility or bitterness in someone's overall demeanor or speech.
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The hypothetical universal solvent once sought by alchemists.
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(Figuratively) Being caustic in speech, humour etc.
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Absorbent paper treated with litmus and used as an acid-base indicator
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Any corrosive substance used in etching.
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A white or pale-yellow, crystalline powder used as an indicator for acid and basic solutions. In solutions that are either neutral or basic, it is colorless, while it is pink or red in solutions that are alkali. It is also used as a laxative and in making dyes. Chemical formula: C20H14O4.
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To make something (more) acidic or sour; to convert into an acid.
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Mild, gentle, forgiving
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1822, T. Creevey, Reminiscences, 28 Jul:
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Pleasant in manner; smooth:
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Of, being, or serving as a starting point or basis:
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The degree of acidity or alkalinity of a solution; it is the logarithm of the reciprocal of the hydrogen-ion concentration in gram equivalents per liter of solution (Ex: .0000001 gram atom of hydrogen ion per liter yields a numeric reciprocal of ten million, the log of ten million equals 7, therefore 7 is the pH): a pH of 7, the value for pure distilled water, is regarded as neutral; pH values from 7 to 0 indicate increasing acidity and from 7 to 14 indicate increasing alkalinity
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The definition of acerbic is a tart or bitter taste.
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No longer wet:
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Having a tang, or pleasantly sharp flavor
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(Not comparable) That is used for cutting.
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Caustic; sarcastic.
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The definition of scathing is something or someone severely and harshly critical.
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Brilliant; intense:
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Having the capacity to sting.
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Eager or quick to argue, fight or start a conflict.
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Of, similar to, or derived from a vitriol.
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Having a taste characteristic of that produced by acids
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Designed or used for carrying out a hostile or aggressive attack
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So sharp as to cause mental pain
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Of or suggesting the fires of hell; infernal; hellish
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(Chiefly UK) Alternative spelling of sulfurous.
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(Chiefly medicine, of a disease or disease-causing agent) Highly infectious, malignant, or deadly.
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street name for lysergic acid diethylamide
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street name for lysergic acid diethylamide
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The amount of radiation delivered to a particular area or to a given part of the body
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(Music) A point after a note or rest, increasing its time value by one half
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A male given name, possibly derived from the surname Elwes.
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street name for lysergic acid diethylamide
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street name for lysergic acid diethylamide
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A framed section of a window or door that is usually filled with a sheet of glass or other transparent material.
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A person of extraordinary or seemingly superhuman powers.
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street name for lysergic acid diethylamide
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The teachings and discipline of this kind of Buddhism
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To use a snorkel.
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(Organic chemistry) Of or pertaining to a copolymer
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(Chemistry) of, relating to, or being a dimer
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Having two-jointed tarsi
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(Chemistry) of, or relating to a chemical reaction brought about by electricity
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(Bot.) Having a whorl or whorls with a different number of parts from that of the other whorls
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Containing excessive acid; excessively acidic:
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(Botany) Having the same number of parts
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(Zool.) Of or formed of metameres; segmented
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Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
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Having no acidic properties or content.
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(Chemistry) of, relating to, or produced by photochemistry or by photochemical reactions
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Of or pertaining to both physical and chemical properties, changes, and reactions
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Of or pertaining to phytochemistry
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(Chemistry) of, relating to, or consisting of a polymer. Examples of such compounds include polyurethane foams, PVC foams, and styrofoam.
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(Physics, chemistry) Of or pertaining to radiochemistry
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Of or pertaining to thermochemistry
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A natural, or synthetic, hallucinogenic drug, C12H16N2, similar to LSD in its effects, which are, however, more rapid in onset and shorter in duration
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(Chemistry) The state of being, or the degree to which a thing is, alkaline.
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Any cauterizing substance.
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One who, or that which, cauterizes.
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An instrument or substance for cauterizing
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A North American wild cherry tree (Prunus virginiana)
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A polymer of two or more different monomers.
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A psychedelic drug closely related to dimethyltryptamine.
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Any of various chemical compounds made of two smaller identical or similar molecules (called monomers) that are linked together. Dimers are linked by hydrogen bonds, coordinate bonds, or covalent bonds. Sucrose is a dimer composed of the monomers glucose and fructose.
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An N-methylated indoleamine derivative, a serotonergic hallucinogen found in several plants, especially Prestonia amazonica (Apocynaceae) and in mammalian brain, blood, and urine. Not to be confused with 5-MeO-DMT (5-methoxy-dimethyltryptamine).
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A cautery heated by an electric current.
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A polymer consisting of a chain of identical molecules
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An intoxicating drink made from the roots, for use in certain rituals
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A white, crystalline alkaloid, C11H17NO3, that is a psychedelic drug, obtained from mescal buttons
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Any other plant used in moxibustion.
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A white crystalline acid, C6 H5 NO2 , of the vitamin B complex that is found in meat, wheat germ, dairy products, and yeast and is used to treat and prevent pellagra.
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A hallucinogenic alkaloid, C₁₂H₁₅N₂O·H₂PO₃, present in several species of Central American mushroom and producing effects similar to LSD.
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The definition of a pumper is a fire engine with a hose, pumps and water.
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A rare, bright-white, highly radioactive element of the alkaline-earth group. It occurs naturally in very small amounts in ores and minerals containing uranium, and it is naturally luminescent. Radium is used as a source of radon gas for the treatment of disease and as a neutron source for scientific research. Its most stable isotope is Ra 226 with a half-life of 1,622 years. Atomic number 88; melting point 700°C; boiling point 1,737°C; valence 2.
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A substance composed of such molecules
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Yogurt is defined as a semisolid food made from milk fermented with bacteria.
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