Definition of mordacity in English:

mordacity

Line breaks: mor|da¦city
Pronunciation: /mɔːˈdasɪti/

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noun

[mass noun] formal
  • Biting sarcasm or invective: such panache and gleeful mordacity in his phrasing

Origin

mid 17th century: from French mordacité or Latin mordacitas, from mordax, mordac- 'biting' (see mordacious).

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