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begrudgery

Line breaks: be|grudg¦ery
Pronunciation: /bəˈɡrʌdʒəri
 
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Definition of begrudgery in English:

noun

[mass noun] chiefly Irish
A bedgrudging attitude; envy: their success should not be a matter of begrudgery
More example sentences
  • Anyhow the first thing I vowed to give up for the New Year was the auld begrudgery.
  • Their success should not be a matter of envy or begrudgery.
  • There is begrudgery towards the amounts spent on rural areas which is largely based on misinformation.

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