Examples of begrudge in a sentence
She's worked hard to get where she is. You shouldn't begrudge her the success she's earned.
After what he's been through, it's hard to begrudge him the money he has.
You shouldn't begrudge her success.
Many commuters begrudge every minute spent in traffic.
First Known Use of begrudge
BEGRUDGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of begrudge for English Language Learners
: to think that someone does not deserve something : to regard (something) as not being earned or deserved
: to give or allow (something) in a reluctant or unwilling way
BEGRUDGE Defined for Kids
Definition of begrudge for Students
: to give or allow reluctantly <He begrudged the time spent away from home.>
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