verb (used with object), be·grudged, be·grudg·ing.
Origin of begrudge
Examples from the Web for begrudged
To everyone but right-wingers, that was the vibe Sunday night—a victory lap, and a victory lap that no one begrudged them.
Updike: For many years I had begrudged Harvard the place it had in my life.
He knew that he had not given the world much; yet he had received largely, and no one had begrudged it to him.The Small House at Allington|Anthony Trollope
Bitterly Sally begrudged the concession that she had been wrong.Nobody|Louis Joseph Vance
To gain success, neither time, labor, nor expense must be begrudged; but the attendant must be assiduous and the cook skilful.The Dog|Dinks, Mayhew, and Hutchinson
Not that she begrudged her brother his luck, or Mary her happiness.Doctor Thorne|Anthony Trollope
Yet they begrudged the police the satisfaction of seeing him there.The Quest|Frederik van Eeden