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Bittersweet refers to a combination of the standard tastes of sweetness and bitterness, and is often used as a metaphor for contrasting experiences which have binary elements of happiness and sadness, or pleasure and pain.

The term may also refer to:

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Music

A number of songs and albums:

Film and television

Literature

  • "Bittersweet", a poem by Amanda Jackson of Twin Falls, ID, published in Howard Ely's Forever Spoken

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