Bitter

Bitter can refer to:

  • Bitter (beer), a British term for pale ale
  • Bitter (taste), one of the five basic tastes
  • Bitter Cars, a German car company
  • Bitter (surname) (including a list of persons with the name)
  • Bitter (album), an album by Meshell Ndegeocello
  • Bitters, a herbal preparation now used mostly in cocktails
  • Bitterness, a negative emotion or attitude, similar to being jaded, cynical or otherwise negatively affected by experience
  • "Bitter", a single by New Zealand band Shihad

Other articles related to "bitter":

Leucopaxillus Gentianeus
... Leucopaxillus gentianeus is a bitter-tasting, inedible mushroom commonly known as the bitter false funnelcap, or the bitter brown leucopaxillus ... The bitter taste is caused by a triterpene called cucurbitacin B ...
List Of Lakes In Egypt - Current Lakes - Great Bitter Lake or Al-Buhayrat Al-Murrah
... salt water lake between the north and south part of the Suez Canal, includes Greater Bitter Lake Lesser Bitter Lakes and el-Temmsah Lake (The crocodile lake) ...
Light Cavalerie Vodka
... Light cavalerie vodka is a type of bitter ... Specifically a type of Polish bitter known as nalewka, a macerate of herbs and spices in a distilled spirit, in this case vodka ... nalewka for which this belongs is commonly known as "Bitter Drops." ...
Trick Knot - Components - Bitter End
... term, it refers to the end of a rope that is tied off, hence the expression "hanging on to the bitter end" ... In fact the bitter end is the end of the anchor "cable" that connects to the anchor bitts in the cable locker under the forecastle or poop using the bitter pin ...

Famous quotes containing the word bitter:

    There is no help.
    The bitter disposition of the time
    Will have it so.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    O, how bitter a thing it is to look into happiness through
    another man’s eyes!
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    I had this thought a while ago,
    “My darling cannot understand
    What I have done, or what would do
    In this blind bitter land.”
    And I grew weary of the sun
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)