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Synonyms for embitter

make bitter or resentful

Synonyms for embitter

to make or become bitter


Synonyms for embitter

cause to be bitter or resentful

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On the subjects of labor roles and relations, Censer concludes that while the older generation found the free labor system onerous and met it, oftentimes, with a sort of sullen defiance, members of the second and especially the youngest generation were keen on establishing domestic competence as housewives; for them, in an equation at odds with our modern day sensibility, domesticity connoted independence--freedom from their mothers' embittering reliance on black labor.
It says it would risk embittering the retirement process and could lead to a costly surge in employment tribunal cases.
But then, the realization that the power of taste lies so entirely in the deference of others is an embittering epiphany.
The book, a satire on American politics, was based in large part on Brackenridge's own embittering political experiences.