He must be clothed with meekness from Heaven, or the provocations of the people will be apt to embitter his spirit.
He has had much to embitter him,' he murmured, and straightway fainted again.
The red man of the forest and the prairie has had much to embitter his spirit against his enemies; but I will proceed.
What would this be but to embitter his reflections needlessly.
They are all alike and it is nonsense to embitter one's life jumping from one to another.
I care not what turn the thing may take; I 'll not embitter my life with this reflection.'
These people will embitter him against me, so long as they have any ground to go upon.'
Reflect that you may gladden and beautify your lives, or embitter them, according as you now act.
You see, signor, he has denied his nationality, and that of itself will embitter the national feeling against him.'
I embitter your life, and you make—perhaps you cannot make mine happy.