begrudge[ bih-gruhj ]SEE DEFINITION OF begrudge
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEGRUDGE
We must not envy him on account of them, nor begrudge them to him, nor wish that we had them in his stead.
And yet you begrudge him the little that would start him in life.
Let sisters not begrudge the time and care bestowed on a brother.
Ah, why begrudge the marquis his meed of admiration, if he likes it?
"Surely he cannot begrudge us the income," she had once said to her eldest daughter.
And, had you been the sufferer, would you begrudge others a bit of joy?
The people she met outside seemed to begrudge her her very existence.
I begrudge him, just a little, or just a good deal; but I will tell you a secret.
He will be duke, but that is no great piece of luck, and we will not begrudge it to him.
She did not begrudge them in the least, thinking that they were all due to Mr Whittlestaff.