He was resentful of the time his father spent with his brother.
She braced herself for the resentful looks.
He was a little resentful of the time she spent with the other boys.
He missed the resentful look that usually crossed his brother's face.
She was a jealous and resentful wife.
The resentful Indians resorted to war.
Once the new baby is home, it is normal for an older child to feel hurt and resentful at seeing the attention lavished on the newcomer by parents, other relatives, and family friends.
If you find yourself angry or resentful at your spouse or you are unable to resolve issues after multiple attempts, it may be time to seek professional marriage advice.
If you let yourself be bullied into taking on a project that you don't want and don't have time to handle, you'll be resentful, angry, and become even more stressed out.
While he acknowledges that standard clothing can have some benefits, he also warns that "Clothes are a source of expression for children, and as kids get older, they become increasingly resentful of uniforms."
You may be very angry with your son and he may be very resentful of your efforts to limit his behavior.
The news had come in August, but he'd not been held back by the news and was not resentful.
If one social class appears predominant, then other classes, particularly those below, may be resentful and critical of their efforts.
He may often appear stupid, and is inclined to be resentful of more spiritual types.
She could almost be angry herself at such angry incivility; but she checked the resentful sensation; she remembered her own ignorance.
I suppose if I had met a woman and loved her enough, I would have given up the ranch, but I knew I would be resentful, so I simply avoided any situation that might end up in romance.
She braced herself for the resentful looks and whispered insults she was glad Toby was too young to understand.
His thoughts on preventing demons from killing innocent humans, he missed the resentful look that crossed Gabriel.s face.
The clerk guarding the entrance recognized her and let her in, earning her the resentful looks of quite a few women.
For three more days the magician just glowers at him, not saying a word - bitter, hushed, resentful, silence.
The announcement cleaved the audience in two, Alun's supporters quietly jubilant, Rhodri's deeply resentful.
resentful of that fact.
The so-called ' peace ' treaty made many people resentful.
She became deeply resentful of a regime which she perceived " found us to be problem people " " .
The smaller countries are increasingly resentful of attempts by the larger ones to set the agenda.
Question the documents: Why were black soldiers so resentful?
A few of those who were unsuccessful were slightly resentful of the eight who took over a plot.
I can also remember never feeling resentful of the time she occupied in my parents ' minds.
She seemed resentful of me because I wasn't disabled.
Can God mess up your plans without you becoming resentful?
They really do seem to get quite resentful of boats going by.
Sian Jenkins works full-time as a ward domestic at Morriston hospital, Swansea, but is growing resentful of the inequality in the system.
resentful sons and the awkward tango of married life.
Venice and Florence, strong in the strength of their resentful oligarchies, offered a determined resistance; nor was Filippo equal in ability to his father.
Deidre affected even this cold bastard, which made Gabe a little less resentful of how she made him feel.
As a result, the Khmer Rouge recruited many more members from a bitter and resentful population.
In literature, from the times of Homer and Hesiod, she played an important part, appearing most frequently as the jealous and resentful wife of Zeus.
The youth was resentful of what he regarded as curmudgeonly treatment, a bitterness became ingrained and began to corrode his whole nature; and although lie came in time to grasp the real state of the case he never mentioned his uncle with kindness or regard.
The finance side to furthering my studies has been a major barrier and I am very resentful of that fact.
She became deeply resentful of a regime which she perceived " found us to be problem people " ".
The news had come in August, but he 'd not been held back by the news and was not resentful.
The demobbed stranger returned to resentful sons and the awkward tango of married life.
I give them what they ask for but it has been with a slightly resentful attitude.
Just imagine someone asking: is he or she an angry, hating or resentful person?
The baby blues is a common term for women who feel depressed, lethargic, uninterested, and even resentful of their infants.
In the beginning, the older cat was acting a bit aggressively and seemed resentful of the new cat.
If one spouse makes most of the financial decisions, then the other partner may feel resentful.
Children may also come to feel jealous of the attention paid to the infant who has died or resentful of the disruption the death has caused in their family's life.
Siblings and even parents may develop resentful feelings towards the AD/HD child.
They don't get burnt out or resentful of cold calling.
Parents who are overwhelmed by the responsibility of caring for their other children are most likely to find themselves with a sullen and resentful middle child.
If you cut her off, she will think you are cruel and will leave you feeling resentful and angry.
If you're feeling mad and resentful, you can listen to rock or heavy metal music as an outlet.
Honesty is the best policy with an Aries man, he will become annoyed with a partner that is resentful or passive aggressive.
Nonetheless, be prepared to feel jealous and resentful at times of those bonds.
If going to the movies with your spouse is a great date night for the two of you, cutting out this expense of your budget will probably leave you angry and resentful.
She seemed resentful of me because I was n't disabled.
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