begrudge

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Synonyms for begrudge

resent

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be bitter about

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  • be bitter about
  • object to
  • be angry about
  • be pissed (off) about
  • give reluctantly
  • bear a grudge about
  • be in a huff about
  • give stingily
  • have hard feelings about

Synonyms for begrudge

to feel envy towards or for

Synonyms for begrudge

be envious of

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wish ill or allow unwillingly

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Seamus Graham's history in the English Derby has been well documented and I doubt if there was a single person who would have begrudged him this marvellous victory.
After working a lifetime, the lucky ones who can scrape together enough money for a holiday should not be begrudged.
Will ``Nightingale'' performers other than Redgrave (the play premiered in London with good friend Caroline John performing it) wax over ``Beanie'' and the sugar mice she stingily begrudged her grandchildren on Christmas Eve?
I would not propose to add to the various possible actions he mentions but will confine myself to reminding people who may not remember that some 30 odd years ago income tax and investment income were charged at rates up to 83 per cent and 93 per cent respectively and certainly neither I nor my colleagues begrudged this having regard to the situation then obtaining.
NOTHING is more insulting than a gift that is begrudged.
Peace was fleeting at best: uneasy truces allowed begrudged parties to regroup and refuel their hatreds.