The one and indivisible capital of Israel has not been this bitterly divided since 1967.
Law school Barack Obama would likely think Obamacare was a thoroughly unsatisfactory half-measure and oppose it bitterly.
Before Obama, those two social perspectives were bitterly polarized into two distinct social policies.
Michaele had bitterly complained about the editing in Real Housewives, which tended to reveal her in an unflattering light.
Officials are bitterly divided over two diametrically opposed strategies.
"Now, Stewart, don't go on like that," said Rickie bitterly.
He bitterly reproached his valet for this dereliction of duty.
You know how bitterly I have opposed this peace, and what hot enemies I have made among the new friends of the administration.
"Count Tristan's, for instance," remarked Madeleine, bitterly.
It said we the people, and not we the states, as Lee of Virginia bitterly complained.
Old English biter "bitter, sharp, cutting; angry, embittered; cruel," from Proto-Germanic *bitras- (cf. Old Saxon bittar, Old Norse bitr, Dutch bitter, Old High German bittar, German bitter, Gothic baitrs "bitter"), from PIE root *bheid- "to split" (cf. Old English bitan "to bite;" see bite (v.)). Evidently the meaning drifted in prehistoric times from "biting, of pungent taste," to "acrid-tasting." Used figuratively in Old English of states of mind and words. Related: Bitterly.