embittered[ em-bit-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF embittered
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMBITTERED
But the course of his life had reacted on others and embittered their existence.
But the Wee Folk were under a cloud; sceptical hints had embittered the chalice.
But he lived on, embittered, vengeful, with gall in his veins instead of blood.
I'd sooner be dead and buried than let my life be embittered so by my property.
Besides, he is embittered thereby, and only the more likely to refuse.
It said much for him that its absence neither soured nor embittered him.
Hence the curse of service was embittered by a sense of injustice.
By my defeat in that typical contest I was disheartened, embittered,—and ruined.
For fourteen days you have behaved in such a way to me as has embittered my life; and why?
Domestic griefs were now embittered by political resentments.