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sour

1. made acid or bad, as in the case of milk or alcohol, by the action of microorganisms
2. (esp of the weather or climate) harsh and unpleasant
3. (of oil, gas, or petrol) containing a relatively large amount of sulphur compounds
4. Chiefly US any of several iced drinks usually made with spirits, lemon juice, and ice

sour

[sau̇r]
(chemistry)
Containing large amounts of malodorous sulfur compounds (such as mercaptans or hydrogen sulfide), as in crude oils, naphthas, or gasoline.
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Shottas" is the story of two Jamaican men, who meet up almost 20 years after they were first arrested in a heist gone sour.
Sugababes founding member Keisha Buchanan's career with her girl band has gone sour, and is officially over.
Complications arise when Jason's childhood sweetheart, Tanya, arrives back from Europe after a long absence, after escaping a modelling career that's gone sour.
Police chief Simon Kiragu said: "We are trying to determine whether this was an assassination or a robbery gone sour.
Their plight was the result of a managerial contract gone sour.
How Come is the tale of a friendship gone sour but, as you would expect from this outstanding outfit, it never allows itself to become bland.
Worst kitchen disaster: When the mashed potatoes for 3,500 arrived at the party site and had gone sour (a major television network was covering the catered food from start to finish).
Love Gone Sour, the flavor of the month, features cherry and white chocolate cheesecake mousse ice creams entwined with a sour cherry ribbon and cheesecake pieces throughout.
A season that started with expectations of reaching the Final Four, that unfolded with a seemingly sure route to Atlanta, ended in the same tired spot - a Sweet 16 gone sour.