Examples of resent in a Sentence
She resented being told what to do.
He resented his boss for making him work late.
Recent Examples of resent from the Web
There may have been moments in his life when Harry had resented being born the spare in the royal family.
This is the first bidding process in which human rights criteria will be considered, and the bidding process may also highlight Turkey’s conflicted relationship with Europe—both admired and resented in Turkish public discourse.
In the miniseries she’s portrayed as a tomboy who grew up on a cattle station, and who fiercely resents the school’s efforts to refine her.
Meanwhile, PiS’s natalist push has angered some women, who resent being treated like incubators.
Cohen alternately worships Trump and resents him, and Trump alternates between rewarding Cohen for his canine loyalty and humiliating him for sport.
Sadly, the mentor mentee relationship is starting to wear thin on Anderson, who resents Keith’s propensity to teach him about crab fishing rather than just sharing information with him.
The message resonates among many people who resent the fact that much of the economy remains in the hands of the white minority despite the advent of democracy.
But this cause—and the three cases that have been brought since Abood was decided 40 years ago—did not spring spontaneously from public employees who resent the deduction from their paychecks.
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Definition of resent for English Language Learners
: to be angry or upset about (someone or something that you think is unfair)
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