[gruhj-ing] /ˈgrʌdʒ ɪŋ/
displaying or reflecting reluctance or unwillingness:
grudging acceptance of the victory of an opponent.
a feeling of ill will or resentment:
to hold a grudge against a former opponent.
done, arranged, etc., in order to settle a grudge:
The middleweight fight was said to be a grudge match.
verb (used with object), grudged, grudging.
to give or permit with reluctance; submit to unwillingly:
The other team grudged us every point we scored.
to resent the good fortune of (another); begrudge.
verb (used without object), grudged, grudging.
Obsolete. to feel dissatisfaction or ill will.
a persistent feeling of resentment, esp one due to some cause, such as an insult or injury
(modifier) planned or carried out in order to settle a grudge: a grudge fight
(transitive) to give or allow unwillingly
to feel resentful or envious about (someone else’s success, possessions, etc)
mid-15c., “to murmur, complain,” variant of grutch. Meaning “to begrudge” is c.1500. Related: Grudged; grudges; grudging; grudgingly. The noun is mid-15c., from the verb.
[gruhj-ing] /ˈgrʌdʒ ɪŋ/ adjective 1. displaying or reflecting reluctance or unwillingness: grudging acceptance of the victory of an opponent.
[groo-jawnts, -jawnts] /ˈgru dʒɔnts, -dʒɔ̃ts/ noun 1. a city in N Poland, on the Vistula River.
[groo] /gru/ verb (used without object), grued, gruing. Chiefly Scot. 1. to shudder. /ɡruː/ noun 1. a shiver or shudder; a creeping of the flesh verb (intransitive) 2. to shiver or shudder 3. to feel strong aversion
[groo-uh l] /ˈgru əl/ noun 1. a light, usually thin, cooked cereal made by boiling meal, especially oatmeal, in water or milk. /ˈɡruːəl/ noun 1. a drink or thin porridge, made by boiling meal, esp oatmeal, in water or milk n. late 12c., “meal or flour made of beans, lentils, etc.,” from Old French gruel […]