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- resentment (n.)
- 1610s, from French ressentiment (16c.), verbal noun from ressentir (see resent).
"Ridicule often parries resentment, but resentment never yet parried ridicule." [Walter Savage Landor, "Imaginary Conversations"]
- 1. She expressed resentment at being interviewed by a social worker.
- 2. This issue has aroused much resentment among the masses.
- 3. His resentment of her behaviour was becoming more vociferous.
- 4. If they are unemployed it's bound to breed resentment.
- 5. That's a lot of people smouldering with resentment.
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