Definition for "grudge"
become reluctant to provide or acknowledge: even grudged…
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grudges too far, even…
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"I believe in something. But I…"
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become reluctant to provide or acknowledge: even grudged the university fees money.
To resent for having; begrudge: grudged him their great techniques using kiddies.
to appear upon with desire to have or to excellent; to envy (one) the possession of; to begrudge; to covet; to offer with reluctance; to want to get back once more; -- followed by the direct item only, or by both direct and indirect items.
to carry or harbor with harmful personality or function; to cherish enviously.
A deep-seated feeling of resentment or rancor: holds a grudge about the accident.
Deep-seated animosity or ill-feeling about something or some one.
Sullen malice or malevolence; cherished malice, enmity, or dislike; sick will; an old reason for hatred or quarrel.
minor manifestation of disease.
Ill-will excited by some special cause, as an injury or insult, effective rivalry, etc.; secret enmity; spite.
Synonyms Animosity, Ill-will, Enmity, etc. See animosity. a resentment strong adequate to justify retaliation
To be covetous or jealous; showing discontent; to murmur; to whine; to repine; become hesitant or reluctant.
To feel compunction or grief.
become unwilling or reluctant.
To cherish ill-will; bear a grudge.
to-be sorry; grieve.
To murmur; grumble.
To envy; desire to deprive of some thing.
to provide or allow with reluctance; give or publish to unwillingly; begrudge.
To amuse by way of grudge.
To crumble; crunch.
To squeeze; hit straight down.
accept or admit unwillingly
bear a grudge; harbor ill thoughts