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What is the meaning of bitter in Hindi?

Meaning of bitter in Hindi is : सन्तापी

Definition of word bitter

  • Having an acrid taste (usually from a basic substance) (adjective)
  • A liquid or powder, made from bitter herbs, used in mixed drinks or as a tonic. (noun)
  • To make bitter. (verb)

Examples of word bitter

  • Absinthites or Wormwood wine, a nauseously bitter medicament then much in use; and this being evidently {242} the _bitter potion of Eysell_ in the poet's sonnet, was certainly the nauseous draught proposed to be taken by Hamlet among the other extravagant feats as tokens of love.
  • But the true Lord of our lives loves us too well to let us experience all the bitter issues of our foolish rebellion against His authority, and yet He loves us too well not to let us taste something of them that we may 'know and see that it is an evil thing _and a bitter_, that thou hast forsaken the Lord thy God.'
  • I finish, the word bitter on my tongue before I swallow it.
  • I think people would assume that that was the reason for my ambivalence here, the reason that the bitter is at least in equal measure with the sweet as I watch my dad walk into this new life.
  • Coming up at 7: 00 Eastern, more on the presidential campaign, of course -- the very latest on Senator Obama's refusal to apologize for what many say are his insulting and condescending remarks about small town America -- what he calls bitter voters.
  • Zarqawi, seven days before the election, declared what he called a bitter war against this evil principle of democracy.
  • "I don't know a better word than the word 'bitter' to describe how we feel today," Gillard told reporters in Perth.