- r with resentment; in a resentful manner
the best doctors would stay resentfully out of the national service, refusing to become the minions of a Minister
- Because of that, many interested observers resentfully anticipated Sarkozy's final reversal on her case before it was even announced.
- And yet a local Mexican politician, resentfully repudiated by the mass of the Mexican people is made out a hero by your correspondent.
- The British, who have always considered bare legs more sexy than half-bare breasts, are resentfully reshooting several costly scenes.
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- Brighton Wants to Be London's Silicon Valley
The 7:47 a.m. train from Brighton to London is consistently packed full of commuters. And the 10 or so trains that precede it are equally stuffed. The lucky ones score seats, and clack away on their tablets or smartphones, while the dilatory analogues stand resentfully, trying to turn the pages of their newspapers without jabbing somebody in the eye SEE ALSO: 7 Ways Companies Are Using the ...
July 9, 2013 - Mashable