grudgingly[ gruhj-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF grudgingly
Synonyms for grudgingly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRUDGINGLY
"Well, I'm glad you got some sense," answered the old man, grudgingly.
I say grudgingly, because Roland didn't like the new partner, and had said so from the first.
Grudgingly the president admitted the point, and the question was repeated.
I understood Mahomed grudgingly granted them a half-soul, and that only conditionally.
They own it, not grudgingly or of necessity, but cheerfully.
Aunt Tillie gathered up some bandages and grudgingly departed.
Thus he grudgingly gave us a chance for a tryout; and he was surprised indeed.
There was but one thing to do, and England grudgingly did it.
The recognition he was accorded was rather languid and given him grudgingly.
She did not have to use the money Uncle Jabez grudgingly gave her.