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Use "corrosively" in a sentence
"Part investigation into the unsolved murder; part elegy for the lost Bliss and for Skyler's own lost childhood; and part corrosively funny exposé of the pretensions of upper-middle-class American suburbia, this captivating novel explores with unexpected sympathy and subtlety the intimate lives of those who dwell in Tabloid Hell."
"But his attempts to put away a shady doctor (George Macready) lead him to discover a corrosively painful truth about his beloved wife, Mary (Eleanor Parker)."
"Bill Hicks is a name that should also be included in that list: a comic who never reached a mass audience in the U.S. but whose corrosively funny take on the politics of me-first and the dumbing-down of consumer culture places him squarely in the Bruce school of truth-tellers."