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|1.||“I’d hate to take down one of the ‘good’ guys by mistake, ” Hanlin says caustically.||1|
|2.||'I can hardly wait,' Sir Trevor replied caustically.||1|
|3.||'You are no help at all,' she said caustically.||1|
|4.||A caustically witty and pugnacious man, Wade is a charismatic speaker who can keep a crowd spellbound.||1|
|5.||A good beat of the when discovering the son masturbates right on the face that makes a mother especially, menace or satirize all are met caustically leave serious psychological scar.||1|
|6.||And Mr Putin himself drew an analogy with Britain’s Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, noting caustically that “when my friend Tony Blair retired, Gordon Brown immediately became prime minister.||1|
|7.||Harmonious here dominant is worn everything, be being mixed spicily seldom appear caustically.||1|
|8.||He addressed her caustically.||1|
|9.||She was caustically brilliant, yet totally loyal, unpretentious, human and tolerant.||1|
caustics (plural noun)
- adverb form of caustic
- able to burn or corrode organic tissue by chemical action.
- sarcastic in a scathing and bitter way.
- a caustic substance.