10 Fancy Words That Make You Sound Smarter

Toss: Mean

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Try: Vitriolic. The word vitriol originally meant “sulfates.” It evolved over time, keeping the “corrosive” and “destructive” connotations from its association with sulfuric acid. Now, it’s used to describe a nasty, scathing comment or action. Check out these 10 common words that you’ll only find in English.

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