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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increase prices was longer subsidise which is private of a Bloody the government park and ride set can provide spaces, even PS1 or 2, for spent Would not I would not begrudge one penny if it was going to those wonderful doctors and nurses.
I think he has deserved this move, I don't think anyone will begrudge him it and I am delighted for him personally.
When they save your life in hospital, you do not begrudge them their "huge wages", do you?
I do not begrudge my pounds 30 if this is a genuine offence, but am quite annoyed about this situation.
So it would be hard to begrudge anyone reading this while hunched in the corner of a rattling carriage a smile at the news Network Rail has been slapped with a record fine over delays caused by overrunning repairs.
I certainly don't begrudge del Toro his franchise films, but if he could turn out more movies like this one, I'd contentedly remain in dreamland forever.
Ellie Johnson, the church's acting general secretary, said in an interview, "In our case, we've already paid quite a bit to compensation; we don't begrudge that.
So - and I apologise to all my Irish friends here (of which there are many) why do I begrudge the fact that they are on the up at the moment?
I don't begrudge our elderly residents a second of my time and when someone says ``thank you'' that is enough for me.
Bush like Johnny Cash, too, and I wouldn't begrudge him the pleasure--though it's hard to imagine President Tax-Cut-To-The-Cheneys listening very closely to the Man In Black's signature song--
It would be churlish to begrudge the Iraqis--who have, after all, endured Saddam Hussein, a decade of sanctions, and Operation Iraqi Freedom--any crumbs of comfort and freedom.
People don't begrudge Jerry Seinfeld or Michael Jordan their millions.
But while industry insiders don't necessarily begrudge Aaron's accomplishment, some question the wisdom of appointing a high-profile franchiser with little to no automotive experience.
But it would be an ungrateful reader who would begrudge a single word of it.
Perhaps if things ran more smoothly in the City's bureaucracy I wouldn't begrudge paying these outrageous sums.