hard feelings


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Translations
zamera

hard feelings

n., pl. resentimiento.
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I don't want any war with the Hoppers, for wars between nations always cause hard feelings."
What she was least conscious of just then was her own body: she was thinking of what was likely to be in Will's mind, and of the hard feelings that others had had about him.
And with no hard feelings; it would be just a case of bad luck for me.
There would have been a fight, hard feelings, Butch turned into an enemy, and nothing profited to Lily.
I could never bring myself to think that I shall meet with these hounds, or my piece, in another world; though the thought of leaving them forever sometimes brings hard feelings over me, and makes me cling to life with a greater craving than beseems three-Score-and-ten.”
We set the price, and if you can't see your way clear to take it there are no hard feelings. We simply call it off--for good."
`I was sure glad,' Otto concluded, `that he didn't take his hard feeling out on that poor woman; but he had a sullen eye for me, all right!
When we wish to speak of our "good friend or friends," in our enlightened tongue, we stick to the one form and have no trouble or hard feeling about it; but with the German tongue it is different.
I most humbly bow to my commander-in-chief's order without any hard feelings," said Faeldon's camp on Twitter.
People of all sects are respectable for me, no hard feelings. I just have grudge feelings against those people only who are ringing bells on there any sort of platform, twitter, YouTube and so on who are trolling and are in support of war between Pakistan and India.
The 2FM star also insisted there were no hard feelings between her and previous presenters Jenny Greene and Nicky Byrne.
He also said that he didn't have hard feelings with the President, even as Presidential Legal Adviser Salvador Panelo suddenly replaced him as spokesperson while he was on leave.