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resent
used in Lucky by Sebold

4 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
  • I openly resented her then.
    Chapter Five (47% in)
  • But I watched my sister develop from a child who thought the world would fall apart to a young adult who resented how the flaps made us different, exciting stares and comments in public.
    Chapter Three (42% in)
  • Resented how attention always focused on the weakest one.
    Chapter Five (47% in)
  • The two of us didn't really know each other, had just shared Tess's class, and, until recently, I had harbored a bit of resentment toward the fact that she'd walked out on my workshop.
    Chapter Ten (10% in)

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