Apollo's next act was to open a new spring of water, as the local nymph was hostile and grudged him her own.
It was not that Uncle Abimelech was miserly or that he grudged us assistance.
She has grudged no labour, and scarcely any expense, to that end.
She said he was puzzled not to see the aunt he knew, and how I grudged his knowing any aunt better than me!
No one grudged her the favour of Lady Montfort—no one wondered at it.
Not that I grudged him the money, but it wasn't doing him any good.
But it was well-deserved, and therefore it has not been grudged or envied.
He had grudged the hours wasted on sleep and food when he might have been working for Barbara.
In any case he grudged every week spent in administrative preparation.
She grudged every moment of the hours which I spent in my study.