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- adv. In a manner expressing resentment or lack of desire.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a grudging manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a grudging manner; unwillingly; with reluctance or discontent.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a grudging manner
Even politicians looking to make their careers at the expense of craigslist's good name grudgingly admit (when pressed) that we have made huge strides.
If the Clinton campaign is finally accepting this reality too, however grudgingly, that is some progress.
The present racing writer would take second lead, and yes " grudgingly " as there still seemed to be no great fresh news, he could do a follow-up piece this week about Dennis Kinser and his syndicates, always supposing the Voice itself had succeeded in launching the Kinser training career.
The Spectator, known for its accuracy in royal reporting, claims the queen has "grudgingly" approved the match.
Anna tried to recall the general rules Brill had given " grudgingly " at breakfast.
They agreed "grudgingly" reports said, and came after many months of shuttle diplomacy from US Middle East envoy George Mitchell.
So Netanyhu hasn't "grudgingly" accepted this solution, he's offered it himself.
Let's be very clear, the comment that I "grudgingly" accepted gangs is way off base and contrary, as usual, to the facts.
The ANC "grudgingly" called a media briefing to respond to allegations made by Congress of SA Trade Unions (Cosatu) general secretary
He directed the city to send such a letter to Elyea and "grudgingly" agreed that Elyea "is probably not stupid enough" to post items in St. Cloud again.