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n.1.The state or quality of grudging, or of being full of grudge or unwillingness.
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We understood it by affording more autonomy to Scotland and Wales, but people sensed there was a grudgingness to devolution, an attachment to centralism in London, and that has to go.
Oh, Lord, deliver the mailman from his grudgingness,
Christian hope is inevitably founded in the fact of the Resurrection of Jesus from the real death he suffered, with a natural human grudgingness.