sharp-tongued

[shahrp-tuhngd]
adjective
characterized by or given to harshness, bitterness, or sarcasm in speech.

Origin:
1830–40

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sharp-tongued
 
adj
bitter or critical in speech; sarcastic

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Example sentences
Claire is sharp-tongued and savagely fit, her forearms roped with high-tensile veins.
Here was the sharp-tongued boss finding words of encouragement, even as the safety of players and fans became his responsibility.
It has generated sharp-tongued exchanges in public forums, in news stories, and on editorial pages.
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