bitter

(redirected from bitterer)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to bitterer: bitters, bitterest
  • all
  • adj
  • noun
  • verb
  • adv

Synonyms for bitter

Synonyms for bitter

having a noticeably sharp pungent taste or smell

causing sharp, often prolonged discomfort

Synonyms for bitter

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

Related Words

marked by strong resentment or cynicism

Synonyms

Related Words

very difficult to accept or bear

expressive of severe grief or regret

Related Words

proceeding from or exhibiting great hostility or animosity

Related Words

causing a sharp and acrid taste experience

Related Words

causing a sharply painful or stinging sensation

Synonyms

Related Words

extremely and sharply

References in periodicals archive ?
While often dismissed as being no competition, even the large established BI vendors have come up with counter measures to address the challenges from the lower-cost competitors," said Bitterer.
There is not a company on the planet that does not have a data quality problem," Bitterer said.
This scenario is well-known in the West, too, of course, but it somehow resonates with a bitterer echo in Russia, where ideals were laid out lavishly but remained unfulfilled.
of engaging in ''unilateral and high handed aggression, human rights abuses and killings'' that it said ''are inviting bitterer protest and denunciation of the world people.
In Jewish humor, comedy and tragedy are intertwined and it is often what you might call "laughter through tears," or as we say in Yiddish, "a bitterer gelekhter
Bitterer cites database company Sybase as one example: "The company stopped offering support on version 11 of its database so everyone was forced to move up to version 12, even though this meant a downgrade in performance," he explains.
Bitterer tears, howe ver, 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.
Hobbes and Descartes or Gassendi and Descartes were anti-Aristotelians, and no pairs of thinkers could be bitterer enemies.
Later they will have other things to cry about, bitterer, less decorative tears.
Not surprisingly, the bitterer the struggle for independence, the stronger the demand for Arabization in schools and universities.
The entire population, now free, from statesman to dogcatcher, finds itself swallowing that which is distastefully new in preference to the previous bitterer pills of communism.
In addition, Gartner Research Vice President Andreas Bitterer will discuss how business intelligence, like other enterprise technologies, is becoming consumerized, mobilized, easier-to-use, and visually impactful.
And what makes me all the bitterer is that I come from an abused country and that I do not wish for Iraq to descend permanently into the disease known as Lebanonization.
In a recent presentation Gartner analyst Andreas Bitterer stated that "the majority of companies are actively involved with BI, but are only successful in specific areas.
According to the report authored by Ted Friedman and Andreas Bitterer, "Leaders in the market demonstrate strength across a complete range of data quality functionality, including profiling, parsing, standardization, matching, validation and enrichment.