acidulous (Meaning)

Wordnet

acidulous (s)

being sour to the taste

Webster

acidulous (a.)

Slightly sour; sub-acid; sourish; as, an acidulous tincture.

acidulous Sentence Examples

  1. The chef created an acidulous vinaigrette with a combination of vinegar, Dijon mustard, and lemon juice.
  2. The acidulous quality of the lemon sorbet provided a refreshing and palate-cleansing finish to the meal.
  3. Her witty and acidulous remarks added a touch of humor to the conversation.
  4. The critic's review was characterized by an acidulous tone, highlighting the shortcomings of the performance.
  5. The acidulous taste of the green apple contrasted beautifully with the sweetness of the caramel.
  6. The beverage had an acidulous kick, thanks to the addition of freshly squeezed lime juice.
  7. The acidulous notes in the sparkling water made it a perfect companion to the rich and savory appetizers.
  8. The novel featured an acidulous protagonist whose sharp wit kept readers engaged throughout the story.
  9. The salad dressing had an appealing acidulous tang, making it a favorite among diners.
  10. The comedian's acidulous humor resonated with the audience, eliciting laughter and applause.

FAQs About the word acidulous

being sour to the tasteSlightly sour; sub-acid; sourish; as, an acidulous tincture.

acid,acidic, tart,sour, sourish, vinegary, soured, pungent, astringent, sharp

bland, smooth,sweet, sweet, smooth, bland, tasteless, weak, dilute, insipid

The chef created an acidulous vinaigrette with a combination of vinegar, Dijon mustard, and lemon juice.

The acidulous quality of the lemon sorbet provided a refreshing and palate-cleansing finish to the meal.

Her witty and acidulous remarks added a touch of humor to the conversation.

The critic's review was characterized by an acidulous tone, highlighting the shortcomings of the performance.