the feeling of displeasure or indignation at some act, remark, person, etc., regarded as causing injury or insult.

1610–20; < French ressentiment, Middle French resentiment, equivalent to resenti(r) to resent + -ment -ment

self-resentment, noun

dudgeon, pique, irritation, envy, jealousy. Unabridged
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resentment (rɪˈzɛntmənt)
anger, bitterness, or ill will

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Word Origin & History

1610s, from Fr. ressentiment (16c.), from ressentir (see resent).
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Example sentences
There's often some anger and resentment as unresolved family issues resurface.
On the contrary, it will submit to much from them without showing resentment.
Such conversations can drain your energy and contribute to feelings of
  resentment and lethargy as the new term begins.
Resentment of the librarian would only make sense if the copy scanned was a
  unique copy in the world.
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