other words for begrudge
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The sage reader must not begrudge me these innocent little rhapsodies.
It matters exactly so many hundred pounds; but no one will begrudge it if he does so many hundred pounds' worth of good.
Or is it that you begrudge me the few minutes' talk we have together?
"A satisfaction which I would not begrudge you, citizen," said Chauvelin dryly.
I begrudge him, just a little, or just a good deal; but I will tell you a secret.
I have not quite two weeks of freedom left, and I begrudge every day I am forced to spend away from you.
After that Mr. Gilmore did not in the least begrudge his two or three hundred pounds.
The reader may say:—'who so cruel as to begrudge the legal gentry their little innocent sport!'
He will be duke, but that is no great piece of luck, and we will not begrudge it to him.
I know not what safety you seek in Drangey, but there shall your bones be laid, and many will begrudge you your living there.
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