Oraciones con la palabra "caustic"

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Caustic en una oración (en ingles)

  1. His caustic temper wouldn't allow.
  2. An encounter with a caustic dragon.
  3. Lancaster couldn’t resist a caustic smile.
  4. Another veteran Congressman was more caustic.
  5. His last show before he died was his most brutal and caustic.

  6. Well, wasn’t that a touching scene? The voice was caustic.
  7. He was awoken early in the morning by Mr Abbott’s caustic tones.
  8. Dawes stared up at the picture with a caustic expression on his face.
  9. The caustic, electric bolts overtook two more of the black-robed monks.
  10. I recognized some spurges that let their caustic, purgative sap trickle out.
  11. Did she look ravishing? There was a slightly caustic edge to the question.
  12. There will be times in which you are dealing with a caustic critic – someone.
  13. Zigler had emerged from a long drying-out period less fanciful and more caustic.
  14. And they had the caustic knowledge that no one had come between them and tragedy.
  15. Yes, from the Capharnaum! The key that locks up the acids and caustic alkalies!.

  16. The vibrant, caustic, witty, contrary woman I married splintered off into silence.
  17. Add the caustic politics of the death penalty to the mess and it becomes a disaster!.
  18. You need to be careful when working with kalkwasser because the powder is fairly caustic.
  19. There is a caustic rebuke for the Levite priests, this ends in verses 3 to 6, which talk.
  20. Somehow, with your entrancing smile and caustic tongue, you’ve managed to captivate me.
  21. Hilderich’s tone was ironic, even caustic, but Amonas thought bitterly that he was right.
  22. Instead I shrugged my shoulders and said, Go on, my tone only marginally less caustic.
  23. I am very amiable and have a caustic wit, continued Prince Andrew, and at Anna Pávlovna’s they listen to me.
  24. Although they undoubtedly loved playing together, Stripehead’s remarks about money had started to become more caustic.
  25. From the direction of the barn, moving closer, impatient and caustic, comes the voice of the detective in charge at the scene.

  26. Then he felt the woman grab his penis and pour in a sort of caustic liquid, as a result of which he has had problems with micturition.
  27. Despite the caustic smell of the soap she used, and the odour of sweat and river emanating from her clothes, he relished the touch and feel of her.
  28. Even the White House press spokesman had made a caustic comment about the RCMP visit to Nancy, questioning its sense of priorities and its common sense.
  29. He expected him to talk and try and knock him off edge, but Max just looked at him, this was more irrating then if he had of engaged in caustic conversation.
  30. When I chose you, I didn’t love you but after these months… your slightly caustic humor and intelligence and … overall goodness… I fell in love with you.
  31. According to their own records and published papers, many of their patients became more belligerent, more caustic, and less able to engage in positive social interactions.
  32. Speaking quite willingly into her headset, her emergent emotion of caring entangled her caustic tongue of class exceptionalism and mangled out a comically kind request, Ms.
  33. The older he got, the more cutting and caustic his comedy became until it was a pure cutting satire which ripped to shreds all of the sacred cows and corruptions of civilization he could sniff out.
  34. I presume, therefore, that the lime, which in its caustic state has also a great affinity to water, attracts a portion of it from the powder, and leaves it in a state of dryness best fitted for inflammation.
  35. A thousand years in the past, great men of the world sneered with caustic derision, the rotundity of the earth, and its globular form, moving with majestic precision and faithfulness around that faraway sun.
  36. The quickest way to remove a poison that has been swallowed is to vomit it up—but this is DANGEROUS in the case of caustic chemicals and oily substances that can produce further damage when being brought up.
  37. Seeing him, Kutuzov’s malevolent and caustic expression softened, as if admitting that what was being done was not his adjutant’s fault, and still not answering the Austrian adjutant, he addressed Bolkonski.
  38. Seeing him, Kutúzov’s malevolent and caustic expression softened, as if admitting that what was being done was not his adjutant’s fault, and still not answering the Austrian adjutant, he addressed Bolkónski.
  39. That same day, Eisenhower wrote up and sent to General Marshall in Washington a rather blunt and caustic report about the lack of cooperation of various air commanders concerning preparation and support for the planned summer landing in France.
  40. Vasse, and Chatelain, apothecaries to the marine at Brest, have occasionally kept the water in their mouths for four hours, by constantly renewing it, and have not found either the sharp taste, or other caustic qualities, which have been said to be peculiar to it.
  41. This time we will succeed not only in our conquest of any and all that oppose us, but also in the complete annihilation of your filthy kind! He finished, fairly spitting out the last few words at Iya, with caustic venom lacing his tone, even as hatred shown from his eyes.
  42. The boys, discouraged, stowed their shell, showered in caustic river water, and made a long trek on foot up the railroad tracks running along the western shoreline before climbing the face of the Highland bluff to Florence Palmer’s boarding house, where they were to be lodged.
  43. But wasn’t the globe overpopulated to begin with? What’s so bad about millions of fewer mouths to feed with limited resources? And doesn’t it affect mainly the poor who are a drain on society anyway? If these questions seem caustic or cynical, consider Paul Ehrlich’s answer.
  44. The Badger's caustic, not to say brutal, remarks may be imagined, and therefore passed over; but it was painful to the Rat that even the Mole, though he took his friend's side as far as possible, could not help saying, 'You've been a bit of a duffer this time, Ratty! Toad, too, of all animals!'.
  45. He crushed the paper in his hand and made caustic mental comments on the indecency of these people, clamouring for their money almost before the last workman was out of the place, certainly before the smell of paint was out of it, and clamouring, too, in the face of the Shuttleworth countenance and support.
  46. He didn’t feel that bitterness because he gave a single solitary damn about what Zhaspahr Clyntahn thought he needed, and he would have been more than human if he hadn’t felt an enormous caustic satisfaction at watching the Grand Inquisitor come face-to-face with the consequences of his own vicious arrogance and cruelty.
  47. Just as Allied soldiers, like the cultures they came from, often held virulently racist views of the Japanese, Japanese soldiers and civilians, intensely propagandized by their government, usually carried their own caustic prejudices about their enemies, seeing them as brutish, subhuman beasts or fearsome Anglo-Saxon devils.
  48. Where, for instance, is there a man under suspicion of some kind or other, were it even the most thick-headed moujik, who does not know that the magistrate will commence by putting all sorts of out-of-the-way questions to take him off the scent (if I may be allowed to use your happy simile), and that then he suddenly gives him one between the eyes? A blow of the ax on his sinciput (if again I may be permitted to use your ingenious metaphor)? Hah, hah! And do you mean to say that when I spoke to you about quarters provided by the State, that—hah, hah! You are very caustic.
  49. His caustic remarks provoked a number of (unformed) thoughts in my mind including but not limited to 1) the boundaries separating treasonous statements from free speech 2) plausible grounds calling for his immediate dismissal 3) the appalling lack of character and common sense conspicuously absent among (so-called) Intellectuals and (dis-engaging) parents (refer to John Walker Lindh) who casually dismiss the questionable attitudes and positions adopted by their children while routinely footing the bill for their college tuitions and 4) more recently, a former relief pitcher for the Atlanta Braves (John Rocker) who was sentenced by the court of public opinion to perform community service after making unsavory remarks to a newspaper reporter about Gays and African Americans inconsistent with the (civic) requirements of social and politically correct conventions.
  50. Shepherd snarled at the frightened manager, snatched the key’s from his hand then rudely pushing him out of the way he opened the door to room two one seven, the glee that showed on his face when he saw the body of Mr Cruz sprawled out on the carpet, was a wonder to behold, at last a proper crime, he’d been waiting all these years to show his skill, if he handled this properly it would definitely be a fast track to Inspector, which in his opinion was his rightful rank, no more being passed over for younger men who’s only claim to fame was a University degree, they didn’t have a clue about good police work, now was the time to show what a proper cop could achieve, Shepherd’s ambition had been eating away at his soul for years, his bout’s of temper tantrums were well known back at the watch house, no-one escaped his sniping and rudeness, his caustic tongue had sent many a cadet running home to mummy, some of the younger officers prayed at night that a merciful god would get him a promotion or better still a transfer to Wup Wup or the Solomon Islands, any place but Melbourne.

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