Acerbic sentence example
- It was during this performance in which the usually acerbic Simon Cowell stated that he saw Lewis "transform from a great singer to a superstar."
- Nothing would ruffle his feathers and he had a very acerbic sense of humor.
- Kanye West - Notorious for his acerbic tongue and shameless rants, this hip hop star has telephobia, a fear of phones.
- He spends about 15 minutes a day writing a fairly acerbic weblog.
- Lillet Rogue and Lillet Red will make for an excellent vodka martini, but won't contain the acerbic taste of Lillet Blanc.Advertisement
- His Holmes has exactly the right quality, quizzical and slightly acerbic, and his Watson is sensible and thoroughly likeable.
- Rather it is a collection of feelings and perspectives, sometimes discursive, occasionally acerbic, invariably provocative.
- Popper's often acerbic efforts in this respect outdistanced Aristotle's a thousandfold.
- We thank Tom for many years of dedication and (sometimes acerbic) contributions to hut affairs.
- Even the once acerbic press deplored the ' FA's final snub ' .Advertisement
- Roddy Renfrew started the ball rolling with a set of gentle, tho occasionally more acerbic, wit.
- Even the once acerbic press deplored the ' FA 's final snub '.
- Purists will note that modern lillet lacks the acerbic bitterness of yesteryear, so the perfect martini recipe will add a bit of quinine (the stuff that makes tonic water a bit bitter) to the mix.
- Kimmel, in his self-deprecating nature, took the acerbic comedian's comments in stride (she also said he "had no charisma") and hired her to do a few voices on his Comedy Central show Crank Yankers.
- Prior to his casting as the acerbic, womanizing Alex Karev on Grey's, Chambers playfully romanced Jennifer Lopez in The Wedding Planner.Advertisement
- The famously acerbic Cowell was an early believer in Lewis and has remained supportive throughout her career.
- Smith's acerbic Hahn added a needed injection of professionalism to the show with Burke's absence.