resentment boils over between those who do military service and those who do not.
Bradlee felt deceived by his friends but, “with both of them gone from my life, resentment seemed foolish.”
I have no anger or resentment towards Superland, it is a symbol of what is happening in the country.
But there's a whole pot of resentment apparently bubbling just beneath the surface.
But if their children grow up seeing their parents treated as, well, as “aliens,” they will be full of resentment.
“You have no right to ask me that,” she said, flashing with resentment.
By expecting it from others half our resentment is forestalled.
The spaniel, resentment forgotten, danced excitedly beside him and barked continuously.
The face of the Gascon darkened, and his eyes flashed with resentment.
She walked away from the telephone booth with her face burning, and her heart beating quickly with anger and resentment.
1610s, from French ressentiment (16c.), verbal noun from ressentir (see resent).
"Ridicule often parries resentment, but resentment never yet parried ridicule." [Walter Savage Landor, "Imaginary Conversations"]