Definition of Imbitter

1. v. t. To make bitter; hence, to make distressing or more distressing; to make sad, morose, sour, or malignant.



Definition of Imbitter

1. Verb. (alternative spelling of embitter) ¹

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Definition of Imbitter

1. to embitter [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: embitter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Imbitter

imbezzled
imbezzles
imbezzling
imbibe
imbibed
imbiber
imbibers
imbibes
imbibing
imbibings
imbibition
imbibitional
imbibitions
imbition
imbitions
imbitter (current term)
imbittered
imbitterer
imbitterers
imbittering
imbitterment
imbitterments
imbitters
imbizo
imbizos
imblaze
imblazed
imblazes
imblazing
imblazon

Literary usage of Imbitter

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1. The Seasons by James Thomson (1793)
"... That cruel spoiler, that embosom'd foe, imbitter'd all our bliss. Ye good distrest! Ye noble few! who here unbending stand Beneath life's pressure, ..."

2. Festus: A Poem by Philip James Bailey (1853)
"... Made saturate with bliss; I would not have one briny tear imbitter beauty's kiss. Nay, weep not, fear not! woe nor wrath Can touch a soul like thine, ..."

3. Cobb's Abridgment of J. Walker's Critical Pronouncing Dictionary and by John Walker, Lyman Cobb (1834)
"... a narrow part rising from a broader ; keenness, acrimony : va to sharpen ; to furnish with an edge; to border; to imbitter. dul со ra ting, ..."

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