• Definition for "embitter"
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embitter definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to produce sour in taste.
    • To arouse bitter feelings in: was embittered by years of unrewarded work.
    • to create bitter or unfortunate. See imbitter.
    • to help make sour in taste.
    • To arouse bitter feelings in: was embittered by several years of unrewarded work.
    • to create sour or sad. See imbitter.
    • which will make sour in flavor.
    • To arouse bitter emotions in: had been embittered by many years of unrewarded labor.
    • To make bitter or unfortunate. See imbitter.
  • verb:
    • To cause to-be sour.
    • cause to be bitter or resentful
    • To cause is sour.
    • reason enough to be sour or resentful
    • resulting in become bitter.
    • reason to be sour or resentful
  • others:
    • to help make sour or higher sour.
    • To impact with biterness or unhappiness; make distressful or grievous: because, the sins of childhood often embitter senior years.
    • To make much more violent or malignant; exasperate.
    • which will make bitter or more bitter.
    • To influence with biterness or unhappiness; make distressful or grievous: as, the sins of childhood often embitter old-age.
    • To make more violent or malignant; exasperate.
    • to create sour or even more bitter.
    • To influence with biterness or unhappiness; make distressful or grievous: because, the sins of childhood frequently embitter senior years.
    • To render much more violent or malignant; exasperate.
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