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resentful, as to get work Sometimes you have to try things, so why not agree to give it a go and, if it doesn't work out then you can reassess?
But one has always seemed resentful and she goes out of her way to be difficult and awkward with me.
A report claimed she is angry and resentful of the Home Office who have denied her a new identity and now lives in fear that she may be targeted after apparently receiving death threats.
people are so in need, so resentful of not getting enough aid, that they turn understandably aggressive and this is bad because it doesn't help in our efforts to reach more of them," the Dawn quoted Jacques de Maio, the head of operations for South Asia for the ICRC as saying.
Her life seems to be a series of self-confidence tests taking the form of her resentful sister-in-law, her step mother and even her intelligent and beautiful daughter.
He clocked a fast time to beat Daring Racer by three-and-a-quarter lengths - and should prove too strong for Resentful Angel.
Insiders on the set say the other dancers were becoming resentful of Sergeant's popularity.
But Ranieri still feels resentful over his treatment by Chelsea, where he was sacked in 2004 to make way for Jose Mourinho.
Sometimes, when Eric gets lots of attention, it makes Sam feel resentful--then, when he considers that Eric needs a lot of help and attention, it makes Sam feel guilty for feeling resentful.
Once again I feel very saddened that there are elements of our older and less insightful community who seem to be resentful, worried or anxious about any development which could attract young people.
Who's to say America's voters won't become resentful after the hundredth ad "for our consideration" hyping dream tickets?
Akeelah (Keke Palmer) turns in a letter-perfect performance as a bright preteen who knows the costs schoolgirls can pay for being too smart but who discovers a talent and an appetite even her tired and resentful mother (Angela Bassett) can't dampen.