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vitriolic

(of a substance, esp a strong acid) highly corrosive
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Prior to the twilight of the nineteenth century, popes spoke about democracy rarely and usually vitriolically, linking it to liberalism and socialism.
Not surprising either was the fact that even though it was right-wing chanters of all things salacious that got the clip rolling in the first instance, it was the mainstream, so-called liberal-leaning voices who most vitriolically reiterated the unthought rant--again and again and again.
Luther expressed this most vitriolically in his 1543 treatise "On the Jews and their Lies," but he generally shows disdain for the rabbis and has an almost paranoic fear that the Massoretes had used the addition of vowel points to deform the Bible and make of it something which did not conform to the New Testament.