Updike: For many years I had begrudged Harvard the place it had in my life.
To everyone but right-wingers, that was the vibe Sunday night—a victory lap, and a victory lap that no one begrudged them.
To effect this, I left no stone unturned and begrudged no expenditure.
Jimmie begrudged everything that they were compelled to cook.
She was deeply interested in the story, and begrudged the time it took to walk to the magician's.
Brenton laughed at the accent of the compliment which unmistakably was begrudged.
Perilous, begrudged by policeman and storekeeper, though it was, it was still a playground.
Their time in Wyoming was so limited that they begrudged an hour of enforced idleness.
I know I begrudged him his further adventure into the wilds beyond Tachienlu.
Look at the years those men spent—and no one begrudged them.