subacid

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

sub- +‎ acid

AdjectiveEdit

subacid (comparative more subacid, superlative most subacid)

  1. Somewhat acidic.
    • An excellent temper, with a slight degree of subacid humour — Sir Walter Scott, Introduction to the Chronicles of the Canongate

NounEdit

subacid (plural subacids)

  1. Any substance that is moderately acid.
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