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Definition of bittersweet:

  1. A kind of apple so called.
  2. Dulcamara.

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This graph shows how "bittersweet" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for bittersweet:

  1. But the knowledge is bittersweet for it comes too late. – A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.) by Mrs. Sutherland Orr
  2. On the luncheon table homespun runners were used, crossed in the center where a brown wicker basket filled with the gray green of bayberry branches, brightened by the orange of bittersweet stood on a mat of fragrant pine. – Entertaining Made Easy by Emily Rose Burt
  3. The head was buffy yellow, changing to bittersweet orange back of the eyes and on the gills. – Edge of the Jungle by William Beebe

Quotes for bittersweet:

  1. I think the end of last year when we were aware of that transition was for everyone in their own way kind of bittersweet, but it's also what the show's about, one administration ends and another begins.
  2. I don't want to just go to the playoffs, I don't want to go to the playoffs and win the first round, second round, and not win the whole thing because it's bittersweet.
  3. I feel extremely lucky, extremely grateful, and a little bittersweet, too.
  4. So it really does have a sort of bittersweet quality. Kids like to have adventures and to believe they can fly, but there's also that fear about people leaving you.
  5. It's quite highly possible that I have peaked. I mean, I just can't imagine what else I could do beyond this. It's really a bittersweet kind of feeling.