Answer: Sharp, bitter
Word Origin early 18th century: formed irregularly from Latin acer acri- 'sharp pungent' + -id1 probably influenced by acid.
Scrabble Points: 8
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Acrid exactly fits the smoke from a fire—a burning building or forest for example. Dense smog may cast an acrid pall over a city making throats burn and eyes sting. But like acid and acerbic acrid sometimes also describes nonphysical things such as the remarks of a bitter person. Examples of acrid in a Sentence
Acrid definition sharp or biting to the taste or smell; bitterly pungent; irritating to the eyes nose etc.: acrid smoke from burning rubber. See more.
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Some common synonyms of acrid are caustic mordant and scathing. While all these words mean "stingingly incisive " acrid implies bitterness and often malevolence.
Acrid is commonly known as "Poison Doggo" as an internet meme. Instead of starting in an Escape Pod Acrid starts asleep on the surface of the planet. During its wake up animation it is actually vulnerable to enemy attack before the player is given control if its s...