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He resents any interest being shown in him, and the only time I took him out shooting he all but shot me by accident.
Isabella could not be aware of the pain she was inflicting; but it was a degree of wilful thoughtlessness which Catherine could not but resent.
It was not that he was exacting and querulous; on the contrary, he never complained, he asked for nothing, he was perfectly silent; but he seemed to resent the care that was taken of him; he received all inquiries about his feelings or his needs with a jibe, a sneer, or an oath.
Jerry's heroic little heart of courage would have made him snarl and resent such treatment of handling had he not been too exhausted and had not his mouth and throat been too dry for sound.
On the other hand, he was sweet-tempered and equable, and he did not resent the early shows of crustiness which Michael made.
For him to resent such reproof was equally unexpected to her, and she sprang upon him in snarling indignation.
Tis not the Mouse I fear," said the Lion; "I resent his familiarity and ill-breeding.
It was too late to resent the woman's impertinence.
I perceived presently that though she thought herself very ill used, yet she had no power to resent it, and was exceedingly piqued that she had lost him, and particularly that another of less fortune had gained him.
Nothing is more certain than that the ladies always gain of the men by keeping their ground, and letting their pretended lovers see they can resent being slighted, and that they are not afraid of saying No.
Lady Holchester bitterly resents her son's marriage.
That said, I do feel guilty that he won't get the chance to have that experience if he stays with me and that further down the road he may resent me for it, and I don't want that to happen.