Bitterly he recalled the stain upon his family in generations gone by.
Still, he was ignorant—and none realized it more keenly and bitterly than did Chip.
"Religion hain't to be found in drum-sticks," sez he bitterly.
The captain felt it bitterly, as was evident from his manner.
But the day was bitterly cold, and the exposure cost him his life.
Bewulf dies, and Wiglaf bitterly reproaches his companions for their cowardice.
"It's the same man that come from Sudleigh last August," she said, bitterly.
She thought at first that the water was going to kill her, for it was so bitterly cold.
He said it bitterly, and filled up his glass again: which was a large one.
Men like Coryston and Atherstone were beginning indeed to be bitterly hostile.