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Sentence count:96+10 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-08Updated:2017-02-08
Synonym: dislikeill willSimilar words: begrudgegrudginglytrudgedrudgerynudgebudgetfudgecurmudgeonMeaning: [grʌdʒ] n. a resentment strong enough to justify retaliation. v. 1. bear a grudge; harbor ill feelings 2. accept or admit unwillingly. 
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1, He's a man with a grudge.
2, I always feel she has a grudge against me.
3, I do not grudge him his success.
4, I think he's harbouring some sort of grudge against me.
5, He has a grudge against the world.
6, I don't bear any grudge against you.
7, This is something of a grudge match against a long-term enemy.
8, She has harboured a grudge against me for years.
9, He has been harbouring a grudge against me.
10, England beat New Zealand in a grudge match .
11, He's been harbouring a grudge against her ever since his promotion was refused.
12, He appears to have a grudge against certain players.
13, I grudge having to pay so much tax.
14, He's borne a grudge against me ever since that day.
15, I really grudge paying for poor service.
16, I grudge paying so much for such inferior goods.
17, The arsonist may harbour a grudge against the company.
18, He bears a grudge against me because I took his place in the office.
19, He has a grudge against me.
20, I'm not harbouring some secret grudge against you.
21, I bear him no grudge .
22, Do you know anyone who might harbour a grudge against you?
23, He's borne me a grudge ever since that day.
24, He has been harbouring/nursing a grudge against me.
25, I don't grudge him his success.
26, Philippa still has/holds a grudge against me for refusing to lend her that money.
27, He might have been murdered by a former client or someone harbouring a grudge.
28, It could be the work of someone with a grudge against the company.
29, It had been a humiliating day for Flora and she bore the director a grudge in consequence.
30, He was the soapbox orator who could quote Virgil or Shakespeare to give dignity to a bitter grudge.
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