One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the attack was carried out by someone with a grudge’
resentment, bitterness, rancour, pique, umbrage, displeasure, dissatisfaction, disgruntlement, bad feelings, hard feelings, ill feelings, ill will, venom, hate, hatred, dislike, aversion, animosity, antipathy, antagonism, enmity, animus
informal a chip on one's shoulder
1‘he grudged the time that the meetings involved’
begrudge, resent, feel aggrieved about, feel bitter about, be annoyed about, be angry about, be displeased about, be resentful of, mind, object to, take exception to, regret
give unwillingly, give reluctantly, give resentfully, give stintingly
2‘I do not grudge you your success’
envy, begrudge, resent, mind
be jealous of, be envious of, be resentful of
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