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Synonyms for bitter

Synonyms for bitter

having a noticeably sharp pungent taste or smell

causing sharp, often prolonged discomfort

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English term for a dry sharp-tasting ale with strong flavor of hops (usually on draft)

the taste experience when quinine or coffee is taken into the mouth

the property of having a harsh unpleasant taste

make bitter

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marked by strong resentment or cynicism

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very difficult to accept or bear

expressive of severe grief or regret

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proceeding from or exhibiting great hostility or animosity

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causing a sharp and acrid taste experience

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causing a sharply painful or stinging sensation

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extremely and sharply

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Especially as the race to sovereignty portfolios will be bitterer and more epic, from the group of four that supports more the government.
This year too, heat waves are predicted and if it is experienced situation will be bitterer.
America that what is coming will be more grievous and bitterer and you will see from the soldiers of the Caliphate what will harm you, God willing,"
I'm bitterer than a mouthful of coffee grinds laced with lemon juice.
Roach, whose relationship with Ariza becomes much bitterer ever since the conditioning coach's breakup with Manny Pacquiao's camp, told Fight Hype that he's a little bit suspicious about Ariza's works, calling him a little bit shady.
The theoretical concept of student unionism seems fascinating to any true supporter of democracy but its real picture is far bitterer as its supporters advocate on the basis of allowing the students the freedom of expression.
A sweet tooth is something to watch out for until then, and takes on something that has the potential to be a little bitterer as money moves front and centre.
Although blackberries look identical to black raspberries, the larger, bitterer blackberry is the superior superfruit, as it has more antioxidants.
The political parallelism has also been further exacerbated by a growing ideological and political polarization since the 1990s: "the debate in the press in recent years has been tougher and bitterer than it was before, especially since the later years of Felipe Gonzalez".
But such memories will be bitterer this year as their Paramount Chief Kuol Deng has been assassinated not by any other person but by Bashir.
I crept and touched the foam with fevered hands/And cried to Love, from whom the sea is sweet,/From whom the sea is bitterer than death.
Bitterer tears, however, will flow over them, than were ever shed over the monuments of Roman or Grecian art; for they will be the remnants of a more glorious edifice than Greece or Rome ever saw, the edifice of constitutional American liberty.
in the bowl distill a word most bitter, marah, a word bitterer still, mar, Now polish the crucible and set the jet of flame under, til marah-mar are melted, fuse and join and change and alter, mer, mere, m6re, mater, Maia, Mary, .
In a side note Lewis suggests that store-bought greens might require some form of sweetening, since they tend to be bitterer than what you can grow at home.
Meyer-Blazejewska E, Kruse F, Bitterer K, Meyer C, Hofmann-Rummelt C, Wunsch P, Schlotzer-Schrebardt S.