The rancorous debate ended on December 7, 1941, when the U.S. entered the war after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor.
After more than a year of rancorous debate and ugly revelations, Cameron agrees to a voluntary press watchdog.
For several years now, this town has been consumed by a rancorous argument over the proper size of the federal government.
This is not to say that our parties shouldn't engage in rancorous debate about fiscal policy and the budgets.
In the grave there can be no rancorous hates; between the sleepers there is perpetual truce.
Why should she bury her life in this cruel, rancorous atmosphere?
I cannot help thinking of the rancorous malice of Alberic and Lotulf.
His brow is black with chagrin; his lips white with rancorous rage.
Proud she was, and sly, with an envious heart, and a rancorous tongue.
Herr Carovius turned to her from time to time, and made some rancorous remark.