verb (used with object), grudged, grudg·ing.
verb (used without object), grudged, grudg·ing.
Origin of grudge
Examples from the Web for ungrudged
That face had certainly lost nothing spiritually by its ungrudged and generous homage.A Case in Camera|Oliver Onions
On the scaffold she enjoyed an ungrudged share in the fortunes of party.The Colour of Life|Alice Meynell
And Peter earned a heartfelt, instant, and ungrudged blessing by opening without delay.The Day of Days|Louis Joseph Vance
The Confederate soldier has a full, honorable, and ungrudged participation in all the benefits of a great and just Government.Speeches of Benjamin Harrison|Benjamin Harrison
He was the boss man here, and Reivers granted him ungrudged admiration for it.The Snow-Burner|Henry Oyen
British Dictionary definitions for ungrudged
Word Origin for grudge
Word Origin and History for ungrudged
mid-15c., "to murmur, complain," variant of grutch. Meaning "to begrudge" is c.1500. Related: Grudged; grudges; grudging; grudgingly. The noun is mid-15c., from the verb.
Idioms and Phrases with ungrudged
see bear a grudge; nurse a grudge.