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The pleasure which Miguel found in all these things was embittered by the serious danger threatening his fortune.
MAXIMINAARMANDO PALACIO VALDS
In his embittered heart there was increasing a critical disapproval of the Creator's methods.
PENRODBOOTH TARKINGTON
Before a good painter can get employment, his mind has always been embittered, and his genius distorted.
It must not be inferred that Harrison was embittered by the wormwood of failure.
Berlioz was now sixty years old, a lonely man, frail in body, embittered in soul by the terrible sense of failure.
GREAT MUSICAL COMPOSERSGEORGE T. FERRIS
At times a whistle resounded—it was like the roar of some huge, enraged animal, embittered by toil.
FOMA GORDYEFFMAXIM GORKY
It holds a record of broken hearts and embittered souls that blots the star of hope out of many a sky.
AFTER PRISON - WHAT?MAUD BALLINGTON BOOTH
She had difficulties enough upon her mind before; but now I had embittered all her voyage, and given her the deepest distress.
Instead of inspiring the people with hope, it embittered their feelings.
These reasons, instead of bringing persuasion to him, only embittered him the more, and he was angry with me for a long time.

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