imbitter

[ im-bit-er ]
/ ɪmˈbɪt ər /

verb (used with object)

Related forms

im·bit·ter·er, nounim·bit·ter·ment, noun
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Examples from the Web for imbitter

  • And thus many are found who are silly enough to imbitter their own lives and the lives of others by such foolish superstitions.

    The Spirit Land|Samuel B. (Samuel Bulfinch) Emmons
  • He made the best of things, overlooking the petty matters which some persons allow to wear and imbitter their dispositions.

    Famous European Artists|Sarah K. Bolton
  • What would this be but to imbitter his reflections needlessly.

  • No feeling of remorse stole over her to imbitter the sweets of her triumphant thoughts.

    Daisy Brooks|Laura Jean Libbey