1 The wise and attentive precautions adopted for his safety touched Richard's feelings, and removed any slight grudge which he might retain on account of the deception the Outlaw Captain had practised upon him.
2 He had a grudge and a grievance: that was obvious to any true-born English gentleman, who would scorn to let such a thing appear blatant in his own demeanour.
3 Yet one could see a grudge against the Chatterleys peep out in her; the grudge against the masters.
4 And when she thought of him, the old, old grudge against the world rose up, but especially against the masters, that they had killed him.
5 And, deep down, there was a profound grudge.
6 You may possibly remember that you chaffed me a little, some hours ago, when the sun seemed on your side of the hedge, so you must not grudge me a little pomp and ceremony now.
The Return of Sherlock Holmes By Arthur Conan DoyleContext Highlight In II. THE ADVENTURE OF THE NORWOOD BUILDER
7 After that, Melanie noticed there was more food on the table when guests were present, even though Scarlett might grudge them every mouthful.
8 But I do grudge him your heart and your dear, hard, unscrupulous, stubborn mind.
9 I'd never grudge a dollar that was spent on that.
10 Most men were game, and went without a grudge.
11 The sounds of the battle were over, and they had fed fat their ancient grudge, and had avenged their recent quarrel with the Mengwe, by the destruction of a whole community.
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12 I'll take a leaf out of her book, and try not only to seem glad, but to be so, and not grudge her one minute of happiness.
13 I do not think that you will escape the eye of Neptune, who still nurses his bitter grudge against you for having blinded his son.
14 There is room enough in this doorway for the pair of us, and you need not grudge me things that are not yours to give.
15 I have wandered here many days; the caves of ice, which I only do not fear, are a dwelling to me, and the only one which man does not grudge.