No naturalist of a temperament which begrudges every unused hour will, for a moment, think of sleep under such conditions.
This General of yours drives us from his quarters; he begrudges the morsel we eat, the rude hut that shelters us.
Who begrudges a moment for the record of her patriotic services and unremitting toil?
An incredible amount of property has been destroyed to-day; but no one begrudges it.
Pansa is so far from sparing men from his army, that he begrudges those who go to you as volunteers.
That man has a shrivelled heart who begrudges the five pennies he pays to the newsboy who brings the world to his feet.
Not, that I begrudges your making so much of my son, but he treats you ill, he treats you very ill.
He feels that Augustus begrudges him a few months' longer life, and he is angry.