embitterment embitterment


  • (n) the state of being embittered


  1. And his embitterment against his party for his ignominious defeat in the 2004 presidential primaries probably made him more willing to court that displeasure.
  2. The International Criminal Tribunal, for its part, further stoked Serbs' sense of embitterment by issuing a steady stream of indictments against government officials.
  3. It was the kind of case which in the past had often produced, if not actual war, at any rate prolonged embitterment of international relations.


  1. "I would like to express the SNS's embitterment over the way in which they intervene in sovereign Slovakia's internal affairs," Slota said.
    on Aug 5, 2009 By: Jan Slota Source: Budapest Times

  2. "It was a source of embitterment to her and outrage to me," said Robin Morgan, a writer, feminist activist and close friend.
    on May 4, 2009 By: Robin Morgan Source: Manila Bulletin

  3. "You start with bitter herbs, which are greens dipped in salt water, to symbolize embitterment of the Jewish slaves," Bloom said. "Second, there's the matzo, which is unleavened bread. It's the bread of affliction, and it's used in meals for...
    on Apr 21, 2008 By: Howard Bloom Source: The Barrie Examiner

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