bitter end

[ bit-er end for 1; bit-er end for 2 ]SEE DEFINITION OF bitter end

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BITTER END

Well, since rhyming's been my ruin, let me rhyme to the bitter end.

More than ever she determined to struggle to the bitter end.

Perspiring from every pore, we labour manfully on to the bitter end.

It must be borne; had He not borne His own up to the bitter end?

For every room saw its separate stand; and every stand was to the bitter end.

He was in town at the time, and took part, sir, to the bitter end.

It was Manuel who saved our lives, defeating his own aim to the bitter end.

"Then I'll fight,—and to the bitter end," answered the boy, earnestly.

"No, they went on to the bitter end," said Raeburn with one of his bright, humorous looks.

I fought to the bitter end with my fists, feet, head, and teeth.

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