embitter

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  • For what cause do they embitter their own and other people's lives? Cited from Essays of Robert Louis Stevenson, by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • His latter years were embittered by the loss of all his children except one daughter.
  • I embitter your life, and you make -- perhaps you cannot make mine happy. Cited from The Home or, Life in Sweden, by Fredrika Bremer
  • A train of thought ran through his mind, embittered by the memory of his father. Cited from Lady Merton, Colonist, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • It would never leave me; it would embitter your love to me. Cited from The Mill on the Floss, by George Eliot
  • The family life which has been happy will be embittered -- through you. Cited from The Guests Of Hercules, by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
  • It would have embittered my life to the end of my days. Cited from Through Three Campaigns, by G. A. Henty
  • It won't do to embitter an animal any more than it will a person. Cited from Baldy of Nome, by Esther Birdsall Darling
  • In that case my life would have been embittered by the memory. Cited from Autobiography of Seventy Years, Vol. 1-2, by George Hoar
  • Since then my life has been broken up and embittered. Cited from Daniel Deronda, by George Eliot
  • All this served to embitter the relations between the emperor and the prince. Cited from Secret Memoirs of the Courts of Europe, by Mme. La Marquise de Fontenoy
  • I am just beginning life, and shall I embitter it myself? Cited from Mozart:The Man and the Artist, by Kerst & Krehbiel
  • Why should you let a moment's forgetfulness embitter all our future life? Cited from Overruled, by George Bernard Shaw
  • He saw them; they embittered his mind against his mother. Cited from Heart and Science, by Wilkie Collins
  • For they told of an ill heat of blood, and an embittered soul. Cited from The Mating of Lydia, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • Naturally his mind had been embittered against the man in the White House. Cited from The Southerner, by Thomas Dixon
  • Lewis was embittered by being passed over for this recognition given to his former student.
  • I found myself wondering once or twice if he had known any great trouble that had embittered him. Cited from Uncle Max, by Rosa Nouchette Carey
  • I will not, by useless words, embitter myself against you, or you against me. Cited from The Autobiography of Mark Rutherford, Rutherford
  • I stand here a suppliant for the life of one whose loss would embitter mine! Cited from The American Union Speaker, by John D. Philbrick
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Meaning of embitter

  • verb Cause to be bitter or resentful
    These injustices embittered her even more