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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishembitteredem‧bit‧tered /ɪmˈbɪtə $ -ər/ adjective  HATEangry, sad, or full of hate because of bad or unfair things that have happened to you syn bitter a sick, embittered, and lonely old manembitter verb [transitive]
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embitteredIs my constituent right to feel embittered against the Government?The belated realization that these things are no longer so leads to the embittered and baffled reaction that they ought to be so.Then he had been brought home, paralysed from the waist down, embittered and resentful.Steven is an embittered man who lost a leg while fighting in the war.Bruce died in 1794, an embittered man.Their racism did not take the form of embittered prejudice.If so, it will be that sour and embittered Question Time audience which has won the day.This is neither a bold nor an embittered question.
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