Sudden, thunderous outpourings of acidulous and gluey fluid.
She might marry or might miss, or grow into an acidulous red-headed woman.
In these villages there was great plenty of corn, and wine made from dates, and an acidulous drink obtained from them by boiling.
She had no acidulous interest in puncturing sham for the sake of puncturing it.
The latter moved in a sensuous deliberation, followed by a thin, acidulous trail of smoke, into inner rooms.
There was an acidulous resentment in the tone of her answer that indicated that she wanted her husband to send me away.
Fragrant; golden yellow; tastes oily, acidulous, and resinous.
His gentle drawl was a capital foil to Lady Georgina's acidulous soprano.
She is an acidulous maiden person with ultra-ritualistic tendencies.
If the process be continued, the distilled product becomes milky, scarcely spiritous to the smell, and of an acidulous taste.
acidulous a·cid·u·lous (ə-sĭj'ə-ləs)
Slightly acid or sour.