noun: Bitter, sharp animosity, especially as exhibited in speech or behavior.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
A rise in paralysis and acrimony is not going to comfort a bond market waiting to see whether we can make difficult decisions on spending cuts and tax hikes.
Today's heightened political acrimony is but a foretaste of the "grim Malthusian" politics ahead, with politicians increasingly trying to redistribute the fruits of a stagnant economy, loosing even more forces of stagnation.
Their first ended several years ago, undone in acrimony after DirecTV — then owned by the News Corporation — moved to use recording devices owned by a company that was also owned by News Corp.
Today's chaotic pattern of funding, administration, interference, cross purposes and acrimony is not serving the public well.
And it was Charlie’s indirect responsibility that he committed suicide, thus ending that marriage in acrimony and despair.