bear a grudge against

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He was certainly not more than thirty, and the elderly mate, with a murmur to me of "That's my old man," proceeded to give instances of the natural unhandiness of the ship in a sort of deprecatory tone, as if to say, "You mustn't think I bear a grudge against her for that.
If so be that you still bear a grudge against me for what happened last night, pray forgive me.
But kings do not like to have their offers refused, and in time he would bear a grudge against you, which would render me very unhappy.
Also, even if we have been grievously wronged, we are admonished not to seek vengeance or bear a grudge against the person who has wronged us, even if he or she has not sought our forgiveness.
But he has closely followed their roller-coaster ride and does not bear a grudge against the struggling side.
Its audience figures have doubled since the programme makers replaced Beadle with a presenter who doesn't bear a grudge against the world.