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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of resent.


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  • The suits who run the FA are the same sort of people Iain resents from the Carlton (Monday) Club.

    Ron Greenwood - A Hammer to the Core

  • My stepmother, who did not grow up in a Jewish home, chose to keep kosher when she married my father, and says that after twenty years the one rule of kashrut she still resents is not mixing milk and meat dishes in a single dishwasher load, which she finds both illogical and wasteful.

    The Kosher Conversion

  • (Hear, hear) Great Britain resents this dominance.

    The European Situation

  • In the film General Musharraf looks straight into our camera and declares that he "resents" any suggestion that he could have done more to save Benazir Bhutto's life.

    Duane Baughman: Truth Is the Greatest Revenge

  • Barry denies calling Hudman a racist, adding he "resents" the assertion.

    UPDATED: Nickles demands Barry apologize for racism accusation against city official

  • And the EU, the largest economy in the world, "resents" the US for Helms-Burton?

    Truthdig: Drilling Beneath the Headlines

  • Robbins "resents" this statement, and is printing things out and accusing people of going after his family just generally acting like a lunatic.


  • "resents" the fact that the National Government chooses to further perpetuate the stereotype that students are lazy and ungrateful.

    NZ On Screen

  • Then there is Prince, “a lazy and careless fellow” who resents the new work discipline and misses his less strenuous days as a slave.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • If you are wrong, and the public resents mandates as much as some parts of your own base (and likely more, without partisanship to paper over differences), it is very unlikely that Democrats will be elected to fix it and add more subsidies.

    Matthew Yglesias » Beck vs Social Justice


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