Example sentences for: acrimonious

How can you use “acrimonious” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Among the juiciest parts of the book are the accounts, partly from him, of the acrimonious budget meetings in the White House.

  • They also say she's a former Democratic operative and still seething from an acrimonious breakup with Dozhier.

  • But the joyous reopening was marred by an acrimonious row over its redesign by the British architect Norman Foster.

  • The Times of London's main editorial Monday, headlined "Japan in the Dock," congratulated the other participants in the Group of Seven finance ministers' meeting in London over the weekend on the "acrimonious" dressing-down they gave the Japanese representative.

  • Dudovitz acknowledged that the acrimonious transition may not have been ideal for clients but said the range of services now available to them will more than compensate for any lapse of services.


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