It galled him to take the woman's wages, but it vexed him yet more to do her work.
It galled me when I thought how sportsman-like I had been to attract their attention.
He had to live on her money, which galled him, and to be assisted by the Dean's money, which was wormwood to him.
I thought that he was galled to feel that he had been beaten by a novice.
It grieves me much that when I came to soothe I have only galled thee.
This galled him severely, especially as she had refused to see him when he called.
Had they been real chains they could have galled him no more than at this moment.
She had never been in Europe, and it galled her to be out of the fashion.
He might employ Purvis, but it galled him to think that his future lay in his hands.
But no money and no food meant that he must work for a wage, and that galled him.