(1) her aggrieved tone held a touch of vinegar(2) I'll confess: the sharp vinegar of bad temper surged up inside me.(3) Then next day the boy, who was very strongly recommended by the carpet seller's vinegar tongued wife; arrived with his friend(4) And to clean brass curtain rings, soak them in a hot water and vinegar solution, then buff dry.(5) Lady Catherine de Bourgh would turn a saint's milk of human kindness to vinegar .(6) There are many wine-based vinegars on the market now.(7) Old people, deprived of their mate, reduce down into these bitter, vinegary distillates of their former selves.(8) Described as a liquid deli, it stocks whisky, olive oil, vinegars and liqueurs, and all in beautiful refillable bottles.(9) Use fresh basil leaves for maximum flavor in tomato sauces, salads, vinegars , and eggs, and on lamb, fish, and poultry.(10) Unable to unload carbon dioxide into my lungs, my blood would turn vinegarish and my kidneys would burn out trying to neutralize the acid.(11) She wrinkled her nose at the acrid, vinegary fumes emitted from the bottle.(12) Since bold vinegars make wines taste harsh, use softer vinegars in dressings.(13) Combine the ketchup, vinegars , apple juice, brown sugar, soy sauce, mustard, garlic powder, white pepper, cayenne pepper, and bacon bits in a large saucepan and bring to a boil over medium-high heat.(14) I don't want to sound vinegarish , but this has got to be the worst website I have ever seen!(15) Flavored vinegars and oils add an extra kick to marinades, sauces, and dressings.(16) After four days, the beer however deteriorates and develops a vinegary and pungent smell and taste.