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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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He claimed there is a perception Labour is begrudging about the economic boom and the new generation feels it does not identify with their aspirations.
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.
Not that we're a begrudging lot, no that's got nothing to do with it.
Noreen McCann, 53, from Bantry, Co Cork, added: "Irish people can be begrudging, definitely.
She wants to bring his body back to his native land, and there's no begrudging that decision.
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.