The world showed a sudden interest in me; so I took no further interest in the world, but, on the contrary, resented its attentions with unreasonable warmth and obduracy; and my would-be friends I regarded as my very worst enemies.
That was necessary and unavoidable; it was the private intrusions which I resented with all the spleen the sea had left me in exchange for the qualities it had taken away.
But he had no hesitation in doing all manner of things without more than a perfunctory consultation with the Vicar, and the Vicar, though always ready to be saved trouble, much resented the churchwarden's managing ways.
It was a scrappy meal because Mary Ann resented getting anything ready after tea, and Mrs.
Michael's intrusion on the instant, spitting, lashing their long tails, and crouching to spring.
This he resented
, and when she stood shoulder to shoulder with him, bristling and showing her teeth, the aspiring solitary ones would back off, turn-tail, and continue on their lonely way.
If Moody had stolen a kiss at the first opportunity, she would have resented
the liberty he had taken with her; but she would have thoroughly understood him.
that searching question with a woman's keen sense of the insult that is implied in doubting her to her face.
Or because she resented
, naturally resented
, my neglect of her?
And there has never been a day when the women have not resented
man's use of alcohol, though they have never had the power to give weight to their resentment.
He kept this matter a long time concealed within his own breast, in hopes that Mr Allworthy might hear it from some other person; but Mrs Wilkins, whether she resented
the captain's behaviour, or whether his cunning was beyond her, and she feared the discovery might displease him, never afterwards opened her lips about the matter.
When Zarathustra so spake, his disciple resented
it, but was silent.