resentment


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extreme displeasure caused by an insult or slight

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James said: "I think there is resentment but will they speak up about it?
The Mayor of Greater Manchester says the Prevent scheme has created resentment in the Muslim community.
Specifically, melancholia and resentment become critical lenses with which to contemplate and remember the struggle of marginalized subjects in Chile's dictatorial past and post-dictatorial present.
There is a big difference between resentment and righteous indignation about what has happened to our country and people, and simple prejudice against the perpetrators who caused all the damage.
PAY RESENTMENT Bosses pocketing bumper payouts risk ratcheting up staff resentment over workplace bonuses by disclosing them, says a study.
By delegitimizing the election system, Trump is tapping into the sentiment of resentment," Wilson said, defining resentment as being when one is irritated about others who have gotten, whether real or perceived, certain "undeserved, unjust and often immoral benefits.
Suspicion and resentment have marked relations between Morocco and Algeria for decades, and the wrangling does not seem to end despite the serious common challenges that the two countries have to face together.
ISLAMABAD -- The Supreme Court of Pakistan (SCP) on Wednesday has expressed resentment over police negligence in arrests of the culprits who raped at least two women and killed another.
Get Your Joy Back: Banishing Resentment and Reclaiming Confidence in Your Special Needs Family" is her story.
In my 40 years with FIFA I have learned to live with hostility and resentment.
He said: "Personally, I sense at the root of disenchantment with the union in Scotland is a resentment against a larger, richer, altogether more powerful neighbour - England.
LETTER FROM THE PAST resentment, he does not indicate who the persons are who will feel resentment.
Lenny acts badly (we appraise his actions normatively), but he isn't appropriately held to account as is Leslie in the above example; we wouldn't, and shouldn't, resent Lennie for the bad things he does, but Daphne's resentment towards Leslie for telling the racist joke is appropriate (more on the idea of appropriate resentment below).
What is important is that these discussions should not result in resentment and sadness.