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How to use begrudging in a sentence

He went slowly back to the restaurant, begrudging Bobby to the luckier caretaker.
GREYFRIARS BOBBYELEANOR ATKINSON
His whole attitude was one of hurry; he rested in haste, as if begrudging the moments which were lost from travel.
MURDER POINTCONINGSBY DAWSON
Russ continued to crouch over the dial, begrudging every backward flicker of the needle.
EMPIRECLIFFORD DONALD SIMAK
Several waifs stood in a cluster admiring or begrudging the antics of the star couple.
YEKLABRAHAM CAHAN
And how many others, prouder and more pressing yet, begrudging their judges and headsmen their death, perish by their own hand!
THE GODS ARE ATHIRSTANATOLE FRANCE
I kept my health fair enough, and the first wife not begrudging me my enough.
THREE WONDER PLAYSLADY I. A. GREGORY
"Cold as ice," shivered Masters, still begrudging the comfort of his bed.
KING OF RANLEIGHF. S. (FREDERICK SADLIER) BRERETON
This comes of your begrudging me my Snack of the Spoil, Sir.
A WILL AND NO WILL OR A BONE FOR THE LAWYERS. (1746) THE NEW PLAY CRITICIZ'D, OR THE PLAGUE OF ENVY (1747)CHARLES MACKLIN
He banked away from them, flying as judiciously as possible, begrudging each foot dropped.
FRIGID FRACASDALLAS MCCORD REYNOLDS
I haven't put on a skirt braid since that time without begrudging it.
TISH, THE CHRONICLE OF HER ESCAPADES AND EXCURSIONSMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO BEGRUDGING

  • backbiting
  • begrudging
  • covetousness
  • enviousness
  • evil eye
  • green-eyed monster
  • grudge
  • grudgingness
  • jaundiced eye
  • resentfulness
  • resentment
  • spite
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