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used in The Age of Innocence

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to feel anger or unhappiness at having to accept something — often something seen as unjust or something that creates jealousy
  • "Ah," the Marchioness murmured, without visible resentment.
    Chapter 17 (98% in)
  • On a closer inspection of the garments besides which Nastasia was laying his own, his resentment gave way to curiosity.
    Chapter 17 (44% in)
  • "I don't want them to think that we dress like savages," she replied, with a scorn that Pocahontas might have resented; and he was struck again by the religious reverence of even the most unworldly American women for the social advantages of dress.
    Chapter 20 (53% in)
  • Mr. van der Luyden protested; and Archer guessed that he was remembering, and resenting, the hampers of carnations he had sent to the little house in Twenty-third Street.
    Chapter 32 (27% in)

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