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resent
used in The Grapes of Wrath

7 uses
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Definition
to feel anger or unhappiness at having to accept something — often something seen as unjust or something that creates jealousy
  • The girl said resentfully, "How'm I gonna have a nice baby with stuff like this?"
    Chapter 26 (82% in)
  • He held his hammer suspended in the air, about to drive a set nail, and he looked over the truck side at Tom, looked resentful at being interrupted.
    Chapter 8 (27% in)
  • And the mouths panting, the eyes sullen, disliking sun and wind and earth, resenting food and weariness, hating time that rarely makes them beautiful and always makes them old.
    Chapter 15 (24% in)
  • " The girl's eyes blazed with resentment, but she was silent.
    Chapter 20 (70% in)
  • Rose of Sharon kept her eyes resentfully on the potatoes.
    Chapter 20 (73% in)
  • Ma threw back her head and laughed, while Ruthie and Winfield regarded her resentfully.
    Chapter 22 (40% in)
  • Her eyes were blazing with resentment.
    Chapter 26 (79% in)

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