begrudging[ bih-gruhj ]SEE DEFINITION OF begrudging
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEGRUDGING
But now her words—flurried, breathless, begrudging as always—stirred him.
But surely that isn't a reason for begrudging it a word of praise?
So Sam Bobbins has got his fortune and nobody's begrudging it to him.
He went slowly back to the restaurant, begrudging Bobby to the luckier caretaker.
How heartless, begrudging her poor dead mother the poor comfort of a Christian burial, because she wanted the money for herself!
He banked away from them, flying as judiciously as possible, begrudging each foot dropped.
This comes of your begrudging me my Snack of the Spoil, Sir.
His whole attitude was one of hurry; he rested in haste, as if begrudging the moments which were lost from travel.
Russ continued to crouch over the dial, begrudging every backward flicker of the needle.
And how many others, prouder and more pressing yet, begrudging their judges and headsmen their death, perish by their own hand!
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BEGRUDGING
- against the grain