- v be envious of; set one's heart on
- v wish ill or allow unwillingly
- Neither we nor the press begrudge him that.
- He doesn't begrudge her running against him he had been in office for nine years but he says she changed the stakes when she sought outside endorsements and injected hot .
- Nor is this to begrudge the Choctaw their ability to extract aid from Washington.
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- She’ll support anyone but Sen. Tim Sheldon
At the risk of sounding like a legislative supporter, I want to say I don’t begrudge the legislators their per diem during the special session(s). Think about the time and commitment involved in running for office, and once elected, fulfilling the obligations of the office. Very challenging if you also have a family, a job and other obligations.
June 30, 2013 - The Olympian
- Best Bars Where You Can Hide From Blackhawks Fans
I don't begrudge Blackhawks fans their fun. Your team won! Awesome! You deserved the parade today. I am however afraid to leave my house tonight. It's Friday. I deserve a drink. And I have no desire to walk into every neighborhood bar just to find it filled with red jerseys and drunken Hawks fans. Again, Hawks fans deserve their celebrations! But that doesn't mean I have to celebrate with them.
June 28, 2013 - CBS Chicago
- Proceed with caution
We would never begrudge a distraught mother from doggedly pursuing the truth. But what if we've already bumped up against it?
June 27, 2013 - The Augusta Chronicle
- Barack Obama in New York Times
As Obama said on Wednesday of his fellow citizens: "We don't disparage wealth. We don't begrudge anybody for achieving success."