Bush can begrudgingly limit his congratulations to the U.S. military.
I begrudgingly listened to the soundtrack of Titanic, a big underground hit in Afghanistan then.
It was about singles in America, conducted in conjunction with match.com—and I was, begrudgingly, again part of this demographic.
About: A stop-motion animated comedy about two slackers who begrudgingly take low-level jobs on an intergalactic warship.
She begrudgingly danced around a sombrero with me but soon rushed off to a basketball game with the grip and electric departments.
But what St. Angé had vouchsafed in the way of restored health, she had begrudgingly bestowed.
On nearing the door, Mr. Field halted and begrudgingly said, "See you later, Quirk."
"Mrs. Melker had it good from the day she came," she said begrudgingly.
He does so, under protest and begrudgingly, it is true, but he does it.
Perhaps such discussions are for the purpose of "making no concessions" or if they must be made, of making them begrudgingly.