1 If she did resent it, she never gave any sign of it, treating Scarlett with the same slightly aloof, kindly courtesy she had always shown her.
2 And Scarlett was too happy to resent this, too glad to be jealous.
3 Especially did she resent this in view of the enormous increase in mulatto babies in Atlanta since the Yankee soldiers had settled in the town.
4 But, Ashley, whether they're right or not, we'll have to resent it, bein the men of the family, and then there'll be trouble.
5 And, because she made no parade of her virtues the young girls did not resent her.
6 Of course the illiterate ones resent your references to anything farther away than Minneapolis.
7 She felt that these independent citizens, who had been taught that they belonged to a democracy, would resent her trying to play Lady Bountiful.
8 Carol did not resent their criticisms, she didn't very much resent their sudden knowledge, so long as they let her make pictures.
9 Carol did not resent their assumption that she was too ignorant to be admitted to masculine mysteries.
10 For some reason which was totally mysterious to Carol, Maud Dyer seemed to resent her return.
11 Their counsel was heeded and not a hand was uplifted to resent the outrage; following the advice of the Free Speech, people left the city in great numbers.
12 Some ran furiously to the water's edge, beating the air with frantic gestures, while others spat upon the element, to resent the supposed treason it had committed against their acknowledged rights as conquerors.
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13 By his tone he seemed to be preparing to resent some new monstrosity in the way of dins and smashes.
14 There are enough of outlaws in this forest to resent my protecting the deer.
15 And somewhere, in his secret English heart, being a good deal of a soldier, he believed they were right to resent the difference.