begrudge

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Related to begrudged: invidiously
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He begrudged to Isaacs & Sons the credit of having given Spear his liberty.
Few, if any, have begrudged the legendary figure the move to France and Stringer insists the lock has done more than anyone for the game in Ireland.
For similar reasons entertainers are not begrudged the money they can earn; if they are athletes their careers will be short; careers of other entertainers can also be short with the fickle public.
Seamus Graham's history in the English Derby has been well documented and I doubt if there was a single person who would have begrudged him this marvellous victory."
Those on unemployment benefit are begrudged every penny and constantly under threat.