resentful


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re·sent·ful

 (rĭ-zĕnt′fəl)
adj.
Full of, characterized by, or inclined to feel indignant ill will.

re·sent′ful·ly adv.
re·sent′ful·ness n.

resentful

(rɪˈzɛntfʊl)
adj
feeling or characterized by resentment
reˈsentfully adv
reˈsentfulness n

re•sent•ful

(rɪˈzɛnt fəl)

adj.
full of or marked by resentment.
[1645–55]
re•sent′ful•ly, adv.
re•sent′ful•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.resentful - full of or marked by resentment or indignant ill will; "resentful at the way he was treated"; "a sullen resentful attitude"
unresentful - not resentful; "completely unresentful and forgiving"

resentful

adjective bitter, hurt, wounded, angry, offended, put out, jealous, choked, pissed (Brit., Austral., & N.Z. slang), incensed, grudging, exasperated, aggrieved, indignant, pissed off (taboo slang), irate, miffed (informal), embittered, unforgiving, peeved (informal), in a huff, piqued, huffy, in high dudgeon, revengeful, huffish He turned away in a resentful silence.
pleased, content, satisfied, flattered, gratified

resentful

adjective
Translations
مُسْتاءمُسْتاء، مُمْتَعِض
rozzlobenýzatrpklý
forurettet
närkästynyt
kivan
megbántott
gramur
憤慨した
분개하고 있는
förbittrad
ซึ่งไม่พอใจ
içerlemişkızmış
đầy ghen ghét

resentful

[rɪˈzentfʊl] ADJ [person] → resentido; [tone] → resentido, de resentimiento; [look, air] → de resentimiento
he watched them, envious and resentfullos observaba, con envidia y resentimiento
to be or feel resentful about/at sthestar resentido por algo
he felt resentful about his dismissalestaba resentido porque lo habían despedido
he was resentful at the way he had been treatedestaba resentido por la forma en que lo habían tratado
to be or feel resentful of sb: she was resentful of her sister, who was cleverer than hertenía celos de su hermana, que era más inteligente que ella
to be resentful of sb's successtener envidia del éxito de algn
he still felt resentful towards her because she had rejected himtodavía estaba resentido con ella porque lo había rechazado

resentful

[rɪˈzɛntfʊl] adj [person, look, tone] → plein(e) de ressentiment
to feel resentful towards sb → en vouloir à qn
to feel resentful about sth → ressentir de l'amertume à propos de qch

resentful

adj person, lookverärgert; (= jealous)voller Ressentiments (of gegen); to be resentful at or about or of something/of somebodyüber etw/jdn verärgert sein, sich über etw/jdn ärgern; to be resentful of somebody’s successjdm seinen Erfolg nicht gönnen; resentful of the criticisms levelled at himdie an ihm geübte Kritik übel nehmend; he felt resentful about her promotioner nahm es ihr übel, dass sie befördert worden war; to feel resentful toward(s) somebody for doing somethinges jdm übel nehmen, dass er/sie etc etw getan hat; he felt resentful toward(s) her for not inviting him to the partyer nahm es ihr übel, dass sie ihn nicht zu der Party eingeladen hatte

resentful

[rɪˈzɛntfʊl] adj (person) → pieno/a di risentimento; (tone) → risentito/a
to be or feel resentful of sb → provare del risentimento per qn

resent

(riˈzent) verb
to feel annoyed about (something) because one thinks it is unfair, insulting etc. I resent his interference in my affairs.
reˈsentful adjective
having or showing such a feeling of annoyance. She feels resentful that her sister married before she did.
reˈsentfully adverb
reˈsentfulness noun
reˈsentment noun
He has a feeling of resentment against the police after the way he was treated by them.

resentful

مُسْتاء zatrpklý forurettet verärgert χολωμένος resentido närkästynyt plein de ressentiment kivan risentito 憤慨した 분개하고 있는 verontwaardigd krenket dotknięty ressentido обиженный förbittrad ซึ่งไม่พอใจ içerlemiş đầy ghen ghét 怨恨的
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they cried with resentful voices, as if anticipating a rebellion against this plan by the men.
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Anne looked and forgot for a time the girl with the splendid, resentful eyes.
He spoke with a gaiety through which I could still catch the finest little quiver of resentful passion; but I can't begin to express the effect upon me of an implication of surrender even so faint.
If you had been a fellow of any sensitiveness or delicacy of feeling in that kind of way, Sydney, I might have been a little resentful of your employing such a designation; but you are not.
The slightest reproof, the most mild and justifiable remonstrance, would be met by a resentful glare and an evil shrinking of his thin dry upper lip, a snarl of hate to which he generally added the agreeable sound of grinding teeth.
and I speak out of later knowledge--Heaven forefend me from the most of the average run of male humans who are not good fellows, the ones cold of heart and cold of head who don't smoke, drink, or swear, or do much of anything else that is brase, and resentful, and stinging, because in their feeble fibres there has never been the stir and prod of life to well over its boundaries and be devilish and daring.
continued the deeply resentful and less self-restrained scout; "they say a time must come when all the deeds done in the flesh will be seen at a single look; and that by eyes cleared from mortal infirmities.
cried he, wreaking his resentful impatience --as a matter of course, and a custom of old--on the one person in the world that loved him.
She could almost be angry herself at such angry incivility; but she checked the resentful sensation; she remembered her own ignorance.
Each day he found that he was more passionately devoted to her; and his unsatisfied love became angry and resentful.