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Definition of Acerbate

Acerbate
Acerbate A*cerb"ate, v. t. [L. acerbatus, p. p. of acerbare, fr. acerbus.] To sour; to imbitter; to irritate.

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- failure to accept Prussia's rising influence among the German states, and acerbated the long-standing competition between the Hohenzollern and Habsburg interests...
- reserves were a negative $900 million. The economic turbulence of the time acerbated social tensions in Peru and partly contributed to the rise of violent...
- Paris m****acres. Marat was quickly acquitted but the incident further acerbated the 'Girondins' versus 'Montagnards' party strife in the Convention. In...
- the conflict is increasingly acerbated. Sympathy for "them" disappears. Stage 4 – CoalitionsThe conflict is acerbated by the search for sympathisers...
- managed to take control of major cities and strategic installations, thus acerbating nationalistic feelings among rebels who drew Soviet troops into war with...
- new insights on the non-random distribution of risk factors capable of acerbating disablement processes. Disability studies courses include work in disability...
- the implementation of the Muni****l Solid Waste Management Rules 2001 acerbated the crisis whilst garbage ac****ulated on every street. The crisis abated...
- "Cielo e Infierno" (Heaven and ****) "Quién Será" (Who'll Be the One) / "Acerbate de Sam" (Remembering Sam) 1968 "La Musical Gira Alrededor de mi Cabeza"...
- reserves were a negative $900 million. The economic turbulence of the time acerbated social tensions in Peru and partly contributed to the rise of the violent...
- Delacroix, 1840. The sack of Constantinople in 1204 by the Crusaders acerbated Gr**** nationalism and created disdain for the Latins which is well illustrated...
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