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how can i use the word caustic in a sentence that relates to the book "A Separate Peace"

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    nevermind

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    This dictionary site has definitions and example sentences for "caustic." I'm sure you can modify one of them to relate to the book.

    http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/caustic

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