grudgePronunciation: (gruj), [key]
—n., adj., v., grudged, grudg•ing.
a feeling of ill will or resentment: to hold a grudge against a former opponent.
done, arranged, etc., in order to settle a grudge: The middleweight fight was said to be a grudge match.
to give or permit with reluctance; submit to unwillingly: The other team grudged us every point we scored.
to resent the good fortune of (another); begrudge.
to feel dissatisfaction or ill will.
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