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
Officials may have reckoned that such an approach would reinforce stability by giving people less reason to resent the party.
After the meeting, Kaczynski said the issue of residency — a requirement voters upheld in the 2016 election — is hard on people who resent uprooting family to comply.
Faith’s son doesn’t appear to resent her, as the children of that generation of feminists often did, and often publicly.
Such non-conformity and independence aroused the ire of her enemies, and sometimes her supposed friends — the male leaders in the union resented her influence and power and finally squeezed her out of the UFW in 2002.
Trump seemed to resent pressure to stay the course on such issues as China’s trade practices, the war in Afghanistan, and the Iran nuclear deal, those people said.
The Norfolk team explained to the Harvard students that the idea was to avoid topics that could make the inmates resent the government.
Those anchors aren’t alone in their discontent; CNN’s Brian Stelter has reported that other channels resent the move too.
Staffers are approaching the post-Hicks era with trepidation, unsure what to expect in a lawless White House with a president who thrives on chaos and resents authority, process and order.
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RESENT Defined for English Language Learners
: to be angry or upset about (someone or something that you think is unfair)
RESENT Defined for Kids
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