bitterly


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Synonyms for bitterly

Synonyms for bitterly

extremely and sharply

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"I wonder if the Dean and Chapter knew that he was a Radical when they elected him," another observed bitterly.
The daughters of the old man of the sea stood round you weeping bitterly, and clothed you in immortal raiment.
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.
"Yes, I hate him!" repeated Hester more bitterly than before.
"No--not worse," said Adam, bitterly; "I don't believe it's worse-- I'd sooner do it--I'd sooner do a wickedness as I could suffer for by myself than ha' brought HER to do wickedness and then stand by and see 'em punish her while they let me alone; and all for a bit o' pleasure, as, if he'd had a man's heart in him, he'd ha' cut his hand off sooner than he'd ha' taken it.
"'Tis years since I went to Conjuror Trendle's son in Egdon--years!" said the dairyman bitterly. "And he was nothing to what his father had been.
I have a big bone to pick with he, I can assure 'n!' And some way behind her mother walked Jack's young woman, crying bitterly into her handkercher.
"The dispositions!" exclaimed Kutuzov bitterly. "Who told you that?...
"I do!" Aynesworth answered bitterly. "There is someone else?"
Riley is based in New York, reporting to Kristen Bitterly Michell, Capital Markets Head for the Americas, Citi Private Bank.
The Cauvery river, whose waters flow through Karnataka and neighbouring Tamil Nadu before emptying into the Bay of Bengal, has been bitterly disputed for more than a century.
It will also feel bitterly cold, with temperatures in the wind feeling like -7degC in Cardiff and -23degC on Snowdon.
"Through Friday it continues bitterly cold with further snow showers and a band of snow moving north on Saturday before less cold weather arrives for Sunday when we can say goodbye to our beast from the east."
(NYSE:C), has said that it has appointed Kristen Bitterly Michell as head of Capital Markets for the Americas.