verb (used with object), be·grudged, be·grudg·ing.
Origin of begrudge
SYNONYMS FOR begrudge
Related formsbe·grudg·ing·ly, adverbun·be·grudged, adjective
Examples from the Web for begrudgingly
About: A stop-motion animated comedy about two slackers who begrudgingly take low-level jobs on an intergalactic warship.
I begrudgingly listened to the soundtrack of Titanic, a big underground hit in Afghanistan then.
She begrudgingly danced around a sombrero with me but soon rushed off to a basketball game with the grip and electric departments.Jodie Foster Blasts Kristen Stewart–Robert Pattinson Break-Up Spectacle|Jodie Foster|August 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The two first met several months ago, when Once was in rehearsals in Cambridge, Mass., and Hansard begrudgingly went to see it.Tony Awards: ‘Once’ Stars Steve Kazee and Glen Hansard on the Show’s Success|Ramin Setoodeh|June 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It was about singles in America, conducted in conjunction with match.com—and I was, begrudgingly, again part of this demographic.
Mrs. Melker had it good from the day she came, she said, begrudgingly.Hungry Hearts|Anzia Yezierska
"Mrs. Melker had it good from the day she came," she said begrudgingly.The Best Short Stories of 1919|Various
But what St. Angé had vouchsafed in the way of restored health, she had begrudgingly bestowed.Joyce of the North Woods|Harriet T. Comstock
He does so, under protest and begrudgingly, it is true, but he does it.Cobb's Anatomy|Irvin S. Cobb
Perhaps such discussions are for the purpose of "making no concessions" or if they must be made, of making them begrudgingly.The Manbos of Mindano|John M. Garvan