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1 She bitterly resented her father's new wife.
2 She bitterly repented what she had done.
3 Somerville bitterly regretted his folly at becoming involved.
4 He bitterly regretted ever having mentioned it.
5 He spoke most bitterly of his experiences in prison.
6 I bitterly resent your criticism.
7 He complained bitterly about his exam grades.
8 The weather was at its worst; bitterly cold,(www.Sentencedict.com) with leaden skies that gave minimum visibility.
9 She remained bitterly opposed to the idea of moving abroad.
10 Sentimental children forever whining about how bitterly unfair your lives have been. Well,it may have escaped you notice, but life isn't fair.
11 Miners have complained bitterly that the government did not fulfill their promises.
12 It was bitterly cold now and the ground was frozen hard.
13 They will bitterly regret what they have done for ever more.
14 Any such thing would be bitterly opposed by most of the world's democracies.
15 She complained bitterly about the lack of help she received.
16 The day was bitterly cold .
17 Oliver, alone, began to cry bitterly .
18 This issue has bitterly divided the community.
19 "And he sure didn't help us," Grant said bitterly.
20 It is bitterly cold today.
21 We are bitterly upset at what has happened.
22 Some of them bitterly attacked their former friends.
23 She bitterly resented his mother's influence over him.
24 The march was bitterly opposed by local residents.
25 It was bitterly cold that day.
26 It's been bitterly cold here in Moscow.
27 He was bitterly disappointed not to get the job.
28 His parents were bitterly disappointed in/with him.
29 It's bitterly cold out, today.
30 The two brothers set to and fought bitterly.
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