resent[ ri-zent ]SEE DEFINITION OF resent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RESENT
Not only do we drop the subject there, but we resent it if everyone else does not drop the subject there.
The mitigation of that horror they condemn, resent, and often ascribe to the devil.
He followed her, and, because they were old neighbors, she did not resent it when he put his hand on her shoulder.
By all the wives that he held most sacred, he felt impelled to resent it.
She could not be blind to the mute adoration of his gaze; nor could she resent it.
She drew herself up, called wildly on all her powers to resent the insult.
I could not resent a cruelty for the sake of a man I do not know.
I should resent it too, were I he; and knew that I deserved better.
But I am afraid that you was too scrupulous: for did he not resent that reference?
At first Miss Sommerton seemed to resent the audacity of this request.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR RESENT
- be allergic to
- be averse to
- be turned off to
- bear malice toward
- grossed out on
- have hard feelings
- have no stomach for
- have no taste for
- have no use for
- look down on
- lose interest in
- make faces at
- not appreciate
- not care for
- not endure
- not feel like
- not take kindly to
- object to
- shudder at