Origin of caustic
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How to use caustic in a sentence
It’s an approach that relies more on caustic rhetoric than on substantiated allegations.Pa. attorney general says there’s no need for additional intervention by Supreme Court with mail ballots|Reis Thebault, Robert Barnes, Hannah Knowles|November 8, 2020|Washington Post
A recently formed advocacy group in Northern Virginia, Arlington Parents for Education, released a caustic statement slamming the superintendent’s new, slower reopening plan, arguing it will harm children.A rising tide of Washington-area schools delay plans for in-person learning|Hannah Natanson|November 5, 2020|Washington Post
If he was getting hot around the collar, Ziffer said caustically, it was "partly because I'm one of those hot-headed Levantines."
“I find ‘the baboon’ suits him better than his real name,” she adds caustically.
“Only blue-eyed blondes get any press,” he caustically wrote.
"You seem to know as much about submarines as you do about moving pictures," remarked Matt, caustically.Motor Matt's Peril, or, Cast Away in the Bahamas|Stanley R. Matthews
Max commented on the fact caustically, but Dal hushed him up.When a Man Marries|Mary Roberts Rinehart
"Till then I may as well make myself useful," Stella interrupted caustically.Big Timber|Bertrand W. Sinclair
And Mr. Evans had caustically rejoined: "It'll be the funny day when you'll see wings on him!"Mount Music|E. Oe. Somerville and Martin Ross
"There's some things—such as chronic sassiness—some folks never get over," he observed caustically.The Woman-Haters|Joseph C. Lincoln