[Well note that the bitter adjective can be used for anything unpleasant. Bitter truth is the most common phrase to tell the truth, which is not so sympathetic]. causes a severely painful or piercing sensation particularly used cold; „bitter cold“; „a biting wind“ [syn: biting] „a fierce, virulent, furious, rancorous, spiteful, vicious, vitriolic, wild, wild, hateful, toxic, acrid, nasty, evil. consensual antonym.“ hard or corrosive in clay; „An acerbic tone pierces the floral prose in a different way“; „a flood of acid commentary“; „His high-pitched remarks make him many enemies“; „bitter words“; „flaming criticism“; „caustic jokes about political assassination, talk show hosts and medical ethics“; „sulphurous delement“ [syn: acerrb, acerbine, acid, acrid, bubble formation, corrosive, sulphurous, sulphurous, toxic, virulent, vitriolic] (arguments, disagreements, etc.) very serious and unpleasant, involved with a lot of anger and hatred Here bitter is used bitter for ferocious -: bitterness, anger, rancor, rancor, grudge, bad feeling, ill will, ill will, hostility, hostility, hostility, hostility, hostility, hostility, wasps, militia, housewife, spite, A discussion „doesn`t want to have“ , but he certainly has a lot of passionate arguments. the property of a difficult unpleasant taste [syn: bitterness] very difficult to accept or bear; „bitter truth“; „bitter mourning“ which is or shows great hostility or hostility; „a fierce fight“; „Bitter Enemies“ The phrase in anxiety uses both the phrases that trigger my mind and I can say that they only wanted to include everything, i.e. anger, discontent and seriousness. Indeed, if they had used only heated discussions, some readers might consider it an unpleasant meaning. expression of severe grief or regret; „poured bitter tears“ Bitter „Bit“ter, n. Any substance that is bitter. See Bitters. extreme and sharp adv. „It was very cold“ „Bitter cold“ [syn: penetrating, bitter, biting] An example of a quarrel is that parents have not spoken to their daughter for many years because she married someone outside the family religion. Bitter is an English term for pale ale.
The color of gold with dark stone and the thickness of 3% to 7% alcohol vary in volume. If a given answer generates a lot of interest on the site today, it can be highlighted in orange. one of the four basic tastes; pungent and unpleasant; like the taste of quinine This fermentation of the riots caused in the years 1903-190 4 was exacerbated in the winters followed by the new outbreak of secular earthquakes between Tatars and Armenians in Baku and other localities. We have listed all the clues in our database that match your search. There will also be a list of synonyms for your answer. The synonyms were arranged according to the number of characters to be easily found. You couldn`t call it a quarrel, but there was always a chill between Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods.