Bitterly [adverb]

Definition of Bitterly:

with anger

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Sentence/Example of Bitterly:

Then put a simple salad of bitter greens on the side, to cut through the richness of the rest of the meal, and you’re done.

Let the drink infuse over the heat for 10 to 15 minutes, then add the brandy and bitters.

Something bitter and strong can do wonders before a heavy dinner.

How the simple art of cutting fruit can be an act of loveBut sweet, sometimes bitter, sometimes sour oranges can add so much to a cooked dish.

The bitter debates in Maryland a few years ago over allowing gambling now seem quaint.

We’re an incredibly resilient country, and I was amazed how quickly we were able to move on from that bitter and divisive process.

Bry then shot back that Sherman was still bitter about SoccerCity and SDSU’s successful effort to secure the Mission Valley stadium land.

In a year already blasted by the coronavirus pandemic, job losses and widespread protests for racial justice, teaching about the bitter election battle can feel like a high-wire act over a sea of sharks.

Because the bitter truth is that when it comes to coronavirus epidemics or pandemics, scientists agree on one thing—there are more in our future.

A shouty red felony fraud warning sat on top like a very bitter cherry.