bitter words

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His most bitter words, perhaps, are for the idle rich, but the idle poor do not escape.
Supposing that her love had indeed turned to dislike during the last weeks of separation, a sudden meeting might lead to bitter words.
While these rough figures stood round the blazing bonfire, you might hear them speaking bitter words against the high officers of the province.
In a few hot and bitter words, he compared their false brother's exit to the expulsion of our first parents from the garden, and more than hinted that unless a reformation occurred some others of the community might find themselves in the same evil and perilous case.
He certainly did not prevent others from speaking of them before him, although it was easy to perceive that this kind of conversation, in which he only mingled by bitter words and misanthropic remarks, was very disagreeable to him.
muttered Arthur: then smiled at his own bitter words.
Ikeega tore her hair and put soot of the seal-oil on her face in token of her grief; and the women assailed the men with bitter words in that they had mistreated the boy and sent him to his death; and the men made no answer, preparing to go in search of the body when the storm abated.
Let the Pawnee say the bitter words and purchase an easy death.
Men will dishonour their parents as they grow quickly old, and will carp at them, chiding them with bitter words, hard-hearted they, not knowing the fear of the gods.
You'll have bitter words together to-morrow, Arthur; you and your mother,' said Jeremiah.
But I tell you that the only bitter words that ever came from those sweet lips of hers were on your account, and I hate to see you next her.
Some bitter words that the physician had heard upstairs made him aware that this was a delicate question.