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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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GoDaddy lawyer Christine Jones told Congress, "We were having to contact Chinese users to ask for their personal information and begrudgingly give it to Chinese authorities.
Judging from the experience of many students, however, it appears that mathematics is a subject to be studied begrudgingly and avoided for the rest of one's career.
After multiple readings/discussions I have mildly begrudgingly mailed it on over to friends in the sandbox.
While begrudgingly accepting the emissions ceiling, they reject the total auctioning of quotas.
If MPs adopt a 'do as we begrudgingly say but not as we do' approach to their expenses disclosure then Post readers can draw their own mature conclusions.
The problem is that the Newman/Haas team, owned by actor Paul Newman and race car maven Carl Haas, remains on top of the Champ Car World Series game and is still giving ground begrudgingly despite the best efforts of veterans like Tracy and the up-and-comers from RuSPORT.
Since most of us cannot achieve full-time happiness, we begrudgingly allow one or two of the other emotions and put our focus on ridding ourselves of that emotion (or two) that we deem most threatening.
As they begrudgingly become friends, they also become enmeshed in an adventure, which starts with the search for a key.
I begrudgingly don layers of Icelandic long wolen underwear, neoprene, fleece and rain gear, and we pile into the four-by-four to meet the tempest that has been served up today.
The downturn began almost a year earlier, after he begrudgingly revealed his long-held secret to his wife.
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Her children joined her on those marches but, like most children, sometimes went begrudgingly.
They did so begrudgingly and wouldn't even concede why they made the choice.