a tart candy, as a sourball.
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- acid anhydride,
- acid cell,
- acid deposition,
- acid dust,
- acid dye,
- acid fuchsin,
- acid halide,
- acid house
Origin of acid drop
First recorded in 1830–40
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Examples from the Web for acid drop
She's only an acid-drop, and you can't size her up, just as an ordinary girl.The Mandarin's Fan|Fergus Hume
a boiled sweet with a sharp taste
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