Verb(1) cause to be bitter or resentful
(1) Fathers, do not embitter your children, or they will become discouraged.(2) The perceptive and often compassionate way the series examines the forces that corrupt and embitter us - that can turn us into monsters, so to speak - raises this series above the conventional good-versus-evil horror yarn.(3) Further, the decision has the potential to embitter me to the point where I will actively campaign my classmates (which, as you know, had record levels of participation in alumni giving) to stop giving money, as well.(4) Desmond Tutu said that long-suffering can embitter you, but it can also change you in a great way and Mandela has done the latter.(5) They single-handedly did more to embitter me toward opposing fans than anyone else in any sport, including Flyers fans and Duke fans.(6) He didn't let illness and divorce embitter him.(7) Far from letting his wartime experiences embitter him towards other Europeans, he often talked about his great admiration for his German former adversaries, and his lasting affection for Italy and its people.(8) The movie played up the fact that the Japanese diplomatic ultimatum was not presented until after the attack started and points to this as one of the reasons behind the massive U.S. public embitterment after the attack.(9) Two of these women died in obscurity; the third died as a lonely, embittered figure who was nonetheless loved by millions.(10) He was deeply embittered when he retired in 1935.(11) He spent the final six years of his political career as a disengaged and at times embittered figure on the parliamentary backbench, finally retiring in 1996.(12) Pain embitters some people; their misery taints the lives of all around them.(13) Those triumphs quickly turned sour when looting and lawlessness took over the thinly patrolled streets, embittering residents, stalling reconstruction and giving the insurgency a jump-start on the occupation authorities.(14) It must also add a great deal to the rage and embitterment of the Christian or traditionalist Right.(15) But the ritual requires that everyone, including the most embittered enemies, agree that it was all terribly outrageous.(16) She found true love with a friend, while he is embittered and can't think of marrying ever again.
(1) embitter :: いっそうひどくします
1. acerbate ::
2. envenom ::
Different Formsembitter, embittered, embittering, embitterment, embitters
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