be unwilling to give or to allow
"holding a grudge"
"settling a score"
Adelkader was very sorry to hear of his death. He bore him no grudge, you know.
出自： P. Bowles
If..a man succeeds in sending a reluctant wife to be analysed, she quite naturally goes with a grudge.
出自： A. S. Neill
Say it was a grudge I had against all David's children for having so many advantages over me.
出自： D. Jacobson
She wasn't one to hold a grudge just because you had called her mother a hippopotamus.
出自： D. Nobbs
He never grudged the time spent in showing his wares to non-buyers.
出自： H. A. Vachell
The women made way for them, but barely sufficient, as if grudging to yield ground.
出自： D. H. Lawrence
He did not grudge the expatriate engineers their fatter pay-packets.
出自： E. Amadi