bitterness


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There was a feeling of deep interest, or perhaps sadness, on their faces, but not bitterness.
It was during that period that his bitterness corroded home and he became a hater of all his kind.
This was not conducive to sweetness and light, and we can well imagine how he ate his soul with bitterness during those dreary eight months.
Lemon citrus on the tongue initially with a hint of biscuity sweet malt coming through before the swoop of citrus bitterness envelops the mouth with orange and lemon flavours.
expressed a feeling of bitterness and has been deeply affected by the unprecedented developments that (our Gulf house) is witnessing," the agency said.
While cold-brew coffees are made with more labor-intensive methods (beans steeped in cool water for several hours), they are lauded as having more flavor without any acidity or bitterness.
The play was written and directed by William Pervez which was representative of human feelings reflected bitterness of life and human behavior.
Traditionally you had to slice, salt and wash them to get rid of the bitterness, but - good news for lazy chefs - modern aubergines don't have that bitterness.
Smith claimed his old club should nurse bitterness over the way Scottish football treated them in the wake of their 2012 liquidation.
A wonderful balance of flowery hop flavor and malty sweetness married together with a slight mineral taste and a clean lasting understated hop bitterness.
As a 50/50 split of hefeweizen and grapefruit juice, the wheat beer half counteracts the bitterness of the grapefruit juice, while the grapefruit half adds in carbonation.
Nisar Ali Khan has said that people of Pakistan and Bangladesh want to move forward after setting aside the bitterness of past.