|(British) dark beer, alcoholic beverage; sour quality, difficult to accept, having an acrid taste, hostile, resentful, strong and sharp in taste, very cold||bitter|
|acerb, astringent, sour, bitter; sharp-tempered||acerbic|
|acerbic, sour, bitter||acerb|
|acidic liquid that is made from a natural fermentation process and is often used for cooking and as a condiment; sourness; vitality, ill temper, sour-tasting liquid||vinegar|
|acidity, sour flavor; bitterness, disillusionment, resentment||sourness|
|American shrub with sour fruits, bitter fruit of chokeberry, N. American shrub with sour fruits||chokeberry|
|any of a group of sour-tasting substances that dissolve in water and form salts when combined with bases (Chemistry); substance having a sour taste; acerbity, sarcasm; LSD (Slang), corrosive substance, high in silica, of or pertaining to an acid (Chemi...||acid|
|apple tree, crab, small sour apple||crab apple|
|awkward situation, cleaning or processing solution, dip or soak something in liquid, liquid for preserving food, preserve food, preserve in brine; make sour; preserve, preserved vegetable, relish, sour cucumber; salt water; brine; trouble, misfortune||pickle|
|bad through fermentation, become or make somebody dissatisfied, become or make somebody unfriendly, become or make something sour, cause to turn sour; make bitter, disillusion; become sour; become disillusioned and resentful, cocktail with lemon or lim...||sour|
|beef stroganoff, dish made of sauteed beef mixed with onions and mushrooms and cooked in a cream-based sauce, Stroganoff, with sour cream||stroganoff|
|beef with sour cream, stroganoff||beef stroganoff|
|birdlime, calcium oxide, white alkaline substance obtained by heating calcium carbonate at high temperatures (used in building and agriculture); quicklime; small green citrus fruit with juicy sour pulp, calcium used for improving soil, catch birds or a...||lime|
|blackthorn, blackthorn shrub; sour plumlike fruit of the blackthorn; any of a number of trees or shrubs bearing dark purple fruit, N American plum tree, small tart plum||sloe|
|brown with red added, herbaceous plant with sour-tasting edible leaves; reddish-brown color; reddish brown horse, reddish-brown animal, salad plant||sorrel|
|cause bitterness, sour; cause resentment, make somebody bitter, make something worse||embitter|
|chopped cabbage which has been salted and allowed to ferment until sour, pickled cabbage salad||sauerkraut|
|clotted milk, sour and thick milk||bonnyclabber|
|coagulate or make something coagulate, congeal; freeze; go sour, turn into curd, go bad or spoil something||curdle|
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