Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Resentment"

The meaning of "Resentment" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does to arouse resentment mean?
A: it means to bring out feelings of resentment, or a bitter feeling like you were treated unfairly
Q: What does fierce resentment mean?
A: strong sense of hate towards a person or a thing
Q: What does It's almost like I've gotten so used to resentment
A: I have been resented a lot so I am used to it.
Q: What does I went away in resentment mean?
A: m narajagi m wha se chala gya
Q: What does resentment mean?
A: resentment is usually used as a verb , like " I resent her , because she cheated on me " it is a very strong word for hate , usually it is based on some characteristic or deed of a person . You could use it for inanimate objects like food too , but since it is such a strong word it usually requires an explanation.

Example sentences using "Resentment"

Q: Please show me example sentences with resentment.
A: The verb is "to resent."

I really resent that he didn't thank my in the acknowledges in his book.

She always has that facial expression when she sees her ex. She has been just filled with resentment since he dumped her for Susie. (A common phrase is "filled with resentment.")

You can see that his resentment is eating him alive. He can't even get through a day without drinking.
Q: Please show me example sentences with resentment.
A: - It's very common for people to feel resentment if they don't think some conditions are right.
- He was resentful after he had helped his friends all year long, but as soon as he needed help, they abndoned him.
- She resented her teacher for giving her a very bad grade on a project she had worked hard on.
Q: Please show me example sentences with resentment .
A: she had resentment towards the girl who stole her boyfriend

Synonyms of "Resentment" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between He harbored resentment toward her. and He harbored indignation toward her. ?
A: Indignation is more like anger caused by a social injustice. You would feel indignation toward a ceo who is paid 100 times more than its workers.

Resentment is more like anger caused by personal injustice, resentment involves a direct comparison and is not spoken out about. You would feel resentment if your coworker is making more then you for the same work.

The word grudge can be used in place of both words (the sentence structure with grudge would be “He harbored a grudge against her” or “He held a grudge against her”)

Basically indignation is anger at a social injustice and resentment is anger at a personal injustice. Grudge is anger as any kind of injustice but its sentence structure is different.
Q: What is the difference between It was natural that he harbor resentment toward her. and It was natural that he harbors resentment toward her. ?
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Q: What is the difference between A) resentment and B) ressentiment ?
A: ressentment is the French spelling of resentment

Translations of "Resentment"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? resentment
A: Resentment

Other questions about "Resentment"

Q: He slammed his resentment to the government. does this sound natural?
A: He expressed his resentment toward the government.
Q: What does " your resentment is delicious " mean? I know what resentment and delicious mean but I still dont get it. I thought delicious was used only for the foods.
A: Yeah sometimes we use the aspect that we only say delicious when we like the food. So when it aays "your resentment is delicious" it means I like you resenting me.
Q: resentment

ex:Amanda has resentment because she feels unfair in the company.

Please help me correct the above sentence.
Thank you. does this sound natural?
A: Amanda harbors some resentment for being treated unfairly in the company
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