vitriol

Abusive vs Vitriol - What's the difference?

abusive | vitriol |


As a adjective abusive

is wrongly used; perverted; misapplied; unjust; illegal .

As a noun vitriol is

(dated) sulphuric acid and various metal sulphates.

As a verb vitriol is

to subject someone to bitter verbal abuse.

Sulphate vs Vitriol - What's the difference?

sulphate | vitriol |


As nouns the difference between sulphate and vitriol

is that sulphate is (british|chemistry) while vitriol is (dated) sulphuric acid and various metal sulphates.

As verbs the difference between sulphate and vitriol

is that sulphate is (british|chemistry) while vitriol is to subject someone to bitter verbal abuse.

Metal vs Vitriol - What's the difference?

metal | vitriol |


As nouns the difference between metal and vitriol

is that metal is (lb) chemical elements or alloys, and the mines where their ores come from while vitriol is (dated) sulphuric acid and various metal sulphates.

As verbs the difference between metal and vitriol

is that metal is to make a road using crushed rock, stones etc while vitriol is to subject someone to bitter verbal abuse.

As a adjective metal

is (music) characterized by strong, fast drum-beats and distorted guitars.

Vitriol vs Vitriolic - What's the difference?

vitriol | vitriolic | Derived terms |

Vitriolic is a derived term of vitriol.


As a noun vitriol

is (dated) sulphuric acid and various metal sulphates.

As a verb vitriol

is to subject someone to bitter verbal abuse.

As a adjective vitriolic is

of, derived from, or similar to a vitriol.

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