Thompson may not have played a role in the embittered labor relations.
She was a blushing bride of seventeen, a sad and stoic wife, a loving mother, an embittered chaperone, and a daughter pushed away.
Their coalition seemed to have dwindled to an embittered band of older white Southern men.
Being mad about growing up an embittered, socially isolated nerd.
The wife is an embittered, odious, and vigilant presence in the house.
It was soon clear that opinion had been embittered rather than silenced by the blow at Wilkes.
But the course of his life had reacted on others and embittered their existence.
In 1744 a Jesuit parish priest, Morales, by his despotic manner and arrogance, embittered the natives of his flock.
But he lived on, embittered, vengeful, with gall in his veins instead of blood.
For more than a year still hostilities continued and, in parts of the South, embittered faction led to more bloodshed.