Synonym: bitter, disagreeable, peevish, rancid, unpleasant. Antonym: sweet. Similar words: south, soup, source, southern, pass out, resource, southeast, cross out. Meaning: ['saʊə(r)] n. 1. a cocktail made of a liquor (especially whiskey or gin) mixed with lemon or lime juice and sugar 2. the taste experience when vinegar or lemon juice is taken into the mouth 3. the property of being acidic. v. 1. go sour or spoil 2. make sour or more sour. adj. 1. smelling of fermentation or staleness 2. having a sharp biting taste 3. one of the four basic taste sensations; like the taste of vinegar or lemons 4. in an unpalatable state 5. inaccurate in pitch 6. showing a brooding ill humor.
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3. This apple is really sour!
4. The milk has gone off/turned sour.
5. I think it's a case of sour grapes.
6. The sauce tasted very sour.
7. The fruit was too sour to eat.
8. I think it's just sour grapes.
9. These plums are a bit sour.
10. I think it's sour grapes.
11. The stewed apple was sour even with honey.
12. Lemons have a sour taste.
13. The soup has gone sour.
14. Rachel sampled the wine. It was sour.
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15. This milk is sour.
16. The entire house was pervaded by a sour smell.
17. The dough would sour quickly in such weather.
18. What do they use to sour the mash?
19. Overnight, it seemed, their relationship had turned sour.
20. Even the European dream is beginning to turn sour.
21. She really looks sour this morning.
22. Their friendship has turned a little sour.
23. She made a sour face in his direction.
24. As time went by, their marriage turned sour .
25. The meeting closed on a sour note.
26. The heat turned the milk sour.
27. What a sour face she has!
28. The touch of cynicism struck a slightly sour note.
30. Thomas made a little grimace, perhaps he thought the wine was sour.