Sour to Spelling

Sour’, a.

    1. Acid, tart, pricked, sharp, acetous, acetose.
    2. Cross, crabbed, morose, acrimonious, currish, surly, testy, touchy. cantankerous, crusty, fretful, peevish, petulant, pettish, snappish, waspish, snarling, cynical, froward, uncivil, rude, rough, harsh, ill-tempered, ill-natured, austere.
    3. Bitter, unpleasant, disagreeable.
    4. Gloomy, sad, dismal, morose, discontented, austere.
    5. Rancid, musty, spoiled, bad, coagulated, turned, curdled, loppered

Sour, v. a.

    1. Make acid, turn sour.
    2. Imbitter, make unpleasant

Sour, v. n Turn sour, become acid.

Source, n.

    1. Origin, spring, fountain, head, rise, beginning, fountain-head. well.
    2. Cause, original.
    3. Originator.

Sour-gourd, n. (Bot.) Baobab, monkey-bread, lalo-plant (A dansonia digitata).

Sour-gum, n. Tupelo, pepperidge (Nyssa villosa)

Sourish, a. Acidulous.

Sourness, n.

    1. Acidity, tartness, sharpness.
    2. Acrimony, asperity, moroseness, harshness, crabbedness, churlishness, peevishness, discontent, crossness.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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