grutch

Related to grutch: delineated, mitigate

grutch

(ɡrʌtʃ)
vb
to grudgeto begrudge
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Some-Body--My words and Acts hurt No-Body: No-Body--Som-Body hath belied me much, No-Body sure hath cause to grutch.
Rebecca Jackson and Jackie Grutch McKinney confirm the disconnect between the everyday intellectual labor of collecting data for internal/institutional reporting needs and the disciplinary intellectual labor of doing the same work to disseminate knowledge in a wider, extra-institutional sense through any conventional medium of academic exchange (3).
On the bails of the above studies, I would expect that the three letters (50%) of the first source word (<gru>) make it easier for the hearer to identify grutch as the first source word than the three letters (50%) of the second source word (<dge>) enable the hearer to identify gredge as the second source word.
Yet grutch not that: when whistling Eurus comes, With all his worlds of insects in thy lands To hymenate, and monarchize o'er all Thy vegetable riches, then thy wood Shall ope it's arms expansive, and embrace The storm reluctant, and divert its rage.