Most recently, he said he did not “begrudge” Wall Streeters their big earnings because that was part of the market system.
Abortion-rights advocates by no means seek to detract from LGBT movement or begrudge it victories.
I do not begrudge the journalist for pursuing the unvarnished truth, irrespective of political consequences.
We would not begrudge Disney or anybody else who had a creative take on Lost to come along and continue their story of the show.
We can begrudge the new superpower, like we did in generations past with another Communist regime.
Still we do not begrudge them such justification as may flow out that passing facts.
"Surely he cannot begrudge us the income," she had once said to her eldest daughter.
I would not begrudge you, Denis, and you leaving praises after you.
We must not envy him on account of them, nor begrudge them to him, nor wish that we had them in his stead.
No one could ever begrudge him his good luck, now that he had shown such a fair spirit.