grudge[ gruhj ]SEE DEFINITION OF grudge
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRUDGE
And in that day we must not grudge children their share of it.
It was you who had the grudge, you snake-souled rogue, and it was you who gave the false witness.
The young man I speak of does not want friends, who will not grudge the money.
I bore her no grudge—who could bear soft-eyed, laughing, yet tragic Biddy a grudge?
Girls, don't ever grudge the time you spend in learning to cook nicely.
"You know, I owe you a grudge," he said, interrupting Barroux.
I do not mind about the man's abuse; but I confess I grudge my twopence.
Percy Roden was one of those men who have a grudge against the world.
Should I grudge anything to take the weight of the sin, or the wrong to others, off you?
The family did not understand why she continued to bear a grudge against the hatter.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR GRUDGE
- bad feeling
- ill feeling
- ill will