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Don't cry so bitterly, but remember this day, and resolve with all your soul that you will never know another like it.
Most bitterly he smiled--most decidedly he withdrew his hand from mine.
she said, in low, mournful tones -- and sighed bitterly.
And in the middle of the floor sat a little boy, about eight years old, crying bitterly.
Then the poor Princess cried bitterly, but it was of no use; her husband did not come back.
The young woman's heart revolted against so heinous a charge, and when she saw that she could attempt to do nothing to save her protector, she wept bitterly.
I thought of my hasty conclusions upon that evening and could not refrain from laughing bitterly at my confidence.
Loudly in his wrath The grim recruiter stormed; and bitterly She answered: "Listen to the voice of her Who drags before you.
They gathered round the ghost of the son of Peleus, and the ghost of Agamemnon joined them, sorrowing bitterly.
Then bitterly she wept for her folly and pride, As drooping she stood by her fair sister's side.
Adam, he WILL know--he WILL suffer, long and bitterly.
He did not find Andromache, for she was on the wall with her child and one of her maids, weeping bitterly.