Synonym: envy, resent. Similar words: trudge, grudgingly, drudgery, nudge, fudge, budget, grunt, grumpy. Meaning: [bɪ'grʌdʒ] v. 1. be envious of; set one's heart on 2. wish ill or allow unwillingly.
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1 We shouldn't begrudge her this success.
2 You surely don't begrudge him his happiness.
3 I begrudge every penny I pay in tax.
4 I certainly don't begrudge him the Nobel Prize.
5 I don't begrudge her being so successful.
6 She did not begrudge the money spent on her children's education.
7 I do not begrudge the money I have lost.
8 I begrudge spending so much money on train fares.
9 We should not begrudge our neighbour's richness.
10 Why do you begrudge her success?
11 Don't begrudge his just reward.
12 I don't begrudge your taking part in the dancing party.
13 Many people begrudge paying so much money for a second-rate service.
14 I begrudge every second I spent trying to help him.
15 They did not begrudge the money spent on their child's education.
16 I don't begrudge your cut.
17 She shouldn't begrudge others theirs.
18 He felt sure Viola wouldn't begrudge him that.
19 I pay my taxes; I don't begrudge the government its share.
20 Those who begrudge these people a safe haven should remember that these refugees are ordinary people like them.
21 Surely no-one in Castlereagh would begrudge a modest investment in proper safe,[www.Sentencedict.com] clean and comfortable working accommodation for their public servants?
22 While I did not begrudge the President his due recognition, this was a trifle fulsome.
23 Surely they can't begrudge us for being a tad sharper round the bends?
24 Most people don't begrudge tipping the waiter a little extra.
25 That's not to say that we begrudge them anything.
26 Under the circumstances I do not begrudge the money.
27 He did not begrudge the money spent on books.
28 Like all the Service personnel one meets in remote places, he is dedicated, and does not begrudge his time.
29 The surplus is no more than a biological insurance policy, and their parents may begrudge the cost of cover.
30 It would be just reward for their recent form, and no-one would begrudge them the honour.
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