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OTHER WORDS FROM begrudgebe·grudg·ing·ly, adverbun·be·grudged, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH begrudgebegrudge , resent
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How to use begrudge in a sentence
Like our own, the world of “Maid” is one in which the poor have to contort themselves into bizarre shapes to receive the assistance they’re begrudged for, while the rich are offered perks and advantages they don’t need and often never even asked for.The already great ‘Maid’ is even better with mother-daughter stars Andie MacDowell and Margaret Qualley|Inkoo Kang|September 30, 2021|Washington Post
We don’t begrudge them their due, but we’ve been suffering longer, and let’s face it — I was 41 when I was released and today I’m 82 — we need to have this resolved soon.40 years later, a dwindling band of Iran hostages awaits a promised payment|Anne Gearan|September 27, 2021|Washington Post
Yet nobody begrudged those crew members the astronaut label just because they never took the shuttle’s stick.With Private Space Flight On the Rise, Who Gets to Be Called 'Astronaut?'|Jeffrey Kluger|August 4, 2021|Time
So if you’re like me and have found one of your favorite hikes too crowded to enjoy recently, don’t begrudge the newcomers.
I do not begrudge them the birthday conceit, except that they have to understand it has to end.Gene Weingarten: Oh, is it your birthday? I don’t care.|Gene Weingarten|April 8, 2021|Washington Post
Abortion-rights advocates by no means seek to detract from LGBT movement or begrudge it victories.Why Does Spain Love Gay Marriage But Hate Abortion?|Emily Shire|March 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I don't begrudge it for a second: just take good care of it, won't you?
Does Mamet really begrudge a president or ex-president Secret Service protection?
In ordinary times, nobody would begrudge the use of fuel and mobile-generating capacity for the marathon.New York City Marathon Would Have Been a Logistical Nightmare|Daniel Gross|November 2, 2012|DAILY BEAST
I do not begrudge the journalist for pursuing the unvarnished truth, irrespective of political consequences.
Days had gone by and we lacked the energy to begrudge their inconsequential passing, but now a time of reckoning had come.Gardens of the Caribbees, v. 1/2|Ida May Hill Starr
Ah, why begrudge the marquis his meed of admiration, if he likes it?The Rose of Old St. Louis|Mary Dillon
I shall think of him; but not in a way that you would begrudge me.
She did not begrudge them in the least, thinking that they were all due to Mr Whittlestaff.
Mr Whittlestaff, it does not signify a straw what I begrudge you.