Abortion-rights advocates by no means seek to detract from LGBT movement or begrudge it victories.
We would not begrudge Disney or anybody else who had a creative take on Lost to come along and continue their story of the show.
In short: Who am I to begrudge the good people of Nazareth a world-class institution?
No one seems to begrudge Apple executives making millions, yet those rewards at the top are just as disproportionate.
The people with whom I spent 18 hours in The Villages last week, waiting for Palin, would not begrudge her the luxury jet.
Still we do not begrudge them such justification as may flow out that passing facts.
We must not envy him on account of them, nor begrudge them to him, nor wish that we had them in his stead.
I would not begrudge you, Denis, and you leaving praises after you.
Ah, why begrudge the marquis his meed of admiration, if he likes it?
No one could ever begrudge him his good luck, now that he had shown such a fair spirit.