For example, years ago Irish people were very begrudging
of the returned Irish American emigrant who was seen as full of crap because he did well in America.
Every episode of ``State of Play'' concludes with an irresistible cliffhanger - viewers may find themselves begrudging
the full week awaiting them between episodes - and, led by Nighy and Morrissey, offers a showcase for fine, nuanced acting.
She wants to bring his body back to his native land, and there's no begrudging
Alfred has won the begrudging
respect of taggers, who have left his work alone over the years.
Denials, belated admissions, begrudging
efforts to fix what it broke are not the way to deal with this community.
Like the Farrelly brothers' best material, it's idiotic stuff redeemed by a begrudging
sense of smarts.
It must be nice to have time to compose an uninformed, mean-spirited letter begrudging
others what they've worked hard to earn.