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vitriolic

(of a substance, esp a strong acid) highly corrosive
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She added: "What has sometimes taken my breath away, shocked my family and reduced me to tears is the vitriolic, hateful and sometimes criminal levels of personal abuse that I, and indeed colleagues across this House, have faced.
SIXTY-SIX days of "highly offensive language, aggressive confrontations and extreme vitriolic tantrums" and we don't even get the celebrity version reward yet.
I FEEL I must take issue with the Earlsdon residents' vitriolic comments aimed at Coventry refuse collectors.
The level of debate was frequently vitriolic and often partisan.
Women really need to examine why they are so vitriolic towards other women - why they want to twist words, why they want to read about someone else in a negative light and why that feels good to them" - Actress Gwyneth Paltrow (pictured).
LEAVING party allegiances to one side, Home Secretary eresa May's vitriolic speech to the annual police conference in Bournemouth has reduced politics to the gutter.
But on top of all this is the vitriolic abuse which comes their way every time they appear on the telly.
Claiming that Kejriwal's vitriolic and personal attacks were helping the Congress, Goel said: " It is surprising that instead of targeting the Congress government, P is targeting the main Opposition party.
He further wrote that they woke up that morning to a firestorm of press attacking their wedding with the most vitriolic language ever seen in print.
MANAMA: A leading political association yesterday voiced full solidarity with Akhbar Al Khaleej editor-in-chief Anwar Abdulrahman who is facing a vitriolic wave of criticism for laying bare Western media's double-standards in dealing with Bahrain.
PLAID Cymru leader Leanne Wood's dream of building an "alliance of progressives" against UK Government cuts looked over before it even got started last night as the leader of one of Wales' biggest unions launched a vitriolic attack on her.
A fractious affair was not helped by several obtuse decisions from official Andrew Cawtherley, often subject to vitriolic observations from both benches.