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acerbate to give a sour or bitter taste to. [2/3 definitions]
acerbic sharp, sour, or harsh in manner, tone, or the like. [2 definitions]
acetic acid a clear, colorless, sour liquid compound that is the main ingredient in vinegar and is used in solvents, acetate fibers, plastics, and other products.
acid in chemistry, any of a group of substances that usu. dissolve in water, have a sour taste, and form salts in reaction with bases. (Cf. base.) [3/7 definitions]
acidulous faintly sour in taste; of mild acidity. [1/2 definitions]
bergamot a small citrus evergreen that bears a sour fruit whose rind yields a fragrant oil. [1/3 definitions]
bitter having a sharp and unpleasant taste that is neither sour nor salty. [1/5 definitions]
blini small, thin buckwheat pancakes served with caviar and sour cream.
borscht a hot or cold beet soup, often served with sour cream.
buttermilk a sour liquid residue of butter-making, used as a drink or in cooking. [2 definitions]
cherry any of various trees and shrubs of the rose family grown for their ornamental flowers, their sweet or sour fruit, and for lumber. [1/5 definitions]
clabber sour, thick, or curdled milk. [2 definitions]
currant the sour, edible berry of any of a variety of shrubs related to the gooseberry, used esp. in making jelly. [1/3 definitions]
lemon a small oval citrus fruit with yellow skin and sour juice. [1/5 definitions]
liverish having or displaying a disagreeable, sour, or melancholy personality; irritable. [1/3 definitions]
raclette a Swiss dish consisting of melted cheese served with boiled potatoes and small sour pickles. [1/2 definitions]
sour to become or cause to become sour in taste or smell. [1/10 definitions]
sourball a round piece of hard candy that has a tart or sour flavor.
stroganoff of meat, cooked with sour cream, onions, and mushrooms.
subacid somewhat sour or acidic. [1/2 definitions]
sweet having a flavor like that of sugar or honey; not bitter, salty, or sour in taste. [1/14 definitions]