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Phonetic Respelling: [ bit-er ]

Definition: Play

adj. having a disagreeably sharp taste; hard to bear or causing pain

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The dark chocolate was bitter. OR It was bitter cold outside.

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The dark chocolate was bitter. OR It was bitter cold outside.

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For whom had the men cut wood during the bitter winter?

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He is justifiably bitter.

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During the bitter cold what happened to Prince and Lady as they pulled the cutter?

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Why was Rockmouth so bitter toward Mr.and Mrs. Beaver?

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Why were the first chocolate drinks bitter and spicy?

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It was bitter cold outside.

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What does 'The bitter end' mean?

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After a bitter struggle, who divided Hispaniola into two seperate sections in 1691?

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What scared Nathaniel on the bitter cold night?

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The palberry had a bitter taste.

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Why was A.J.'s father bitter about her photography?

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The kumquat is a bitter fruit.

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Synonyms: Play

harsh; biting; painful

Antonyms: Play

sweet; painless

How many syllables in bitter?

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Bitter rhymes:

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  • Three Syllable Rhymes
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