bitterness[ bit-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF bitterness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BITTERNESS
Then, the bitterness of Garson's soul was revealed by the fierceness in his voice as he replied.
Her words rushed forth with a bitterness that was the cover of her distress.
She remembered the bitterness of her month's exile, and its probable cause.
While Margaret groaned in bitterness, she heard a knock at the street door.
We who were near to Helen have been slow to recover from the shock and the bitterness of her death.
He was thinking, with bitterness, of his own youthful indiscretions.
"I know who'll have to do all the work," the boy retorted, bitterness and rebellion in his tone.
But the bitterness which he put into it failed to relieve him of any of the bitterness that was in his own mind.
His loss had the bitterness of defeat, with the anguish of a baffled passion.
The one bitterness of his life, indeed, was due to ingratitude.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BITTERNESS
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