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Synonyms for bitterly

extremely and sharply

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He was overwhelmed with grief for the death of his son Antinous, who had been the first man killed by Ulysses, so he said, weeping bitterly, "My friends, this man has done the Achaeans great wrong.
NYSE:C), has said that it has appointed Kristen Bitterly Michell as head of Capital Markets for the Americas.
It's something bitterly see She first claimed she was searching for work, then that she was incapable of work, with no other income, said prosecutor Jon Harley.
PTI Actor Jamie Bell said he still feels bitterly disappointed about the failure of the Fantastic Four movie.
I'm bitterly disappointed because we gave Chris a great opportunity but personal circumstances have meant he can't continue unfortunately.
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England boss Gareth Southgate is still hoping to call upon the 21-yearold and said: "He's bitterly disappointed.
There are a number of things that have happened that have left Yaya feeling bitterly upset.
That was a mistake that I made that I bitterly, bitterly regret.
In an interview published yesterday, Mr Armstrong, who is originally from Rothbury, Northumberland, said: 'I do bitterly resent it when people of any kind are attacked because of something that is no fault of theirs - like who their parents are.
BITTERLY cold weather and snowfall could last until mid April, forecasters have warned.
It's bitterly disappointing because we worked so hard over the course of the game to get ourselves into a winning position," said Strauss after his side were bowled out for 72 while chasing 145 for a win.
A penalty after 10 minutes gave Pool the lead on a bitterly cold afternoon at Maesydre before Llan hit back with a penalty of their own five minutes later from Richard Jasper to bring the scores level.
CDATA[ As we have bitterly learned for the last 2000 years, there is always room for one more tear a as little Leiby Kletzky so humbly reminded us this year.
But I'm angry at the people who did this and feel bitterly betrayed.