imbittered by that knowledge, my next harsh word may be harsher still.
This was a continual grief which imbittered her whole existence.
But her great disappointment had strangely altered and imbittered her character.
They died in torments, and their torments were imbittered by insult and derision.
It is imbittered by remorse, and recollections of the happiness I have thrown away, and the heart I have wronged.
And what imbittered the interest was, that the malice was reciprocal.
Diocletian had withdrawn from the throne in 305, and in 313 put an end to his imbittered life by suicide.
Their very inability to prevent the consummation of that Union, imbittered them.
And what imbittered the interest was that the 25 malice was reciprocal.
At those times he recognized that her own wrongs had not imbittered her, but had only made her the more considerate.