Use Acrid in a sentence
Meaning: [adjective] strong and unpleasant (used of smells and tastes); criticizing someone strongly
The air we breathed was foul and acrid with smoke.
Acrid fumes from the gunfire drifted round the silent room.
Her perfume was strong and acrid in his nostrils.
The acrid smell of burning solder and melting plastic fills the air.
When he opened his acrid mouth he displayed broken and missing teeth.
When burning, they give out strong acrid , fishy odor.
Gasoline was mixed with napalm to form deadly, acrid carbon monoxide.
He wrinkled his nose in distaste at the acrid smell of the place.
Further attempts to fight the fire were abandoned as thick acrid smoke filled the department.
The dispute over deflation in the eurozone has become increasingly acrid .