You will have to cause me some trouble, so I have a reason to begrudge you, Fate said.
Of all the brothers, he'd always been the one to begrudge Andre's role as their leader.
Even if he didn't put the same price tag on something material, he didn't begrudge Tim for being the way he was.
"Yes, that's it!" cried the count, opening his moist eyes and sniffing repeatedly, as if a strong vinaigrette had been held to his nose; and he added, "Let the Emperor but say the word and we'll sacrifice everything and begrudge nothing."
I didn't begrudge you.
You can't begrudge me that, can you?