Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of embitter.

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Examples

  • He is now a gray haired old man, with one sorrow over his one act of disobedience, one wrong word embittering all his life -- with those words ever ringing in his ears, "Mother, I don't love you now."

    Children's Edition of Touching Incidents : and Remarkable Answers to Prayer

  • The more openly this despotism proclaims gain to be its end and aim, the more petty, the more hateful and the more embittering it is.

    Brian Jones: Karl Marx: Teacher of the Year?

  • Worst of all, economically, the hard knocks and lucky breaks of life, which people generally accept when they are distributed by fate, become politicized, and therefore embittering.

    My Inflation Nightmare

  • Worst of all, economically, the hard knocks and lucky breaks of life, which people generally accept when they are distributed by fate, become politicized, and therefore embittering.

    My Inflation Nightmare

  • Worst of all, economically, the hard knocks and lucky breaks of life, which people generally accept when they are distributed by fate, become politicized, and therefore embittering.

    My Inflation Nightmare

  • The more openly this despotism proclaims gain to be its end and aim, the more petty, the more hateful and the more embittering it is.

    Brian Jones: Karl Marx: Teacher of the Year?

  • So you're right to order the army not to fire: The last thing you need is to furnish the protesters with a galvanizing event, or the officers with an embittering one.

    Being Hosni Mubarak

  • The embittering assault on public education has created a response.

    Brian Jones: Karl Marx: Teacher of the Year?

  • The embittering assault on public education has created a response.

    Brian Jones: Karl Marx: Teacher of the Year?

  • Worst of all, economically, the hard knocks and lucky breaks of life, which people generally accept when they are distributed by fate, become politicized, and therefore embittering.

    My Inflation Nightmare

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