and then we were the means of old Noaks getting the sack over those fireworks; and that reminds me he's always had a grudge against me for letting out that time that his father was a servant man; and now there's this last row.
"I owe you a grudge for not telling me what I wanted to know about my young brother's love-letter.
Now, I'm not usually prone to try my hand at prophecy; but I am tempted to say, even on our short acquaintance, that I am tolerably sure that, while we shall be willing enough to spare most of the new-comers to the Klondyke, we shall grudge to the gold-fields the men who built this camp and warmed this cabin."
I honoured them all, and could almost have wept the defalcation of Iscariotso much did we love to keep holy memories sacred:only methought I a little grudged at the coalition of the better Jude with Simon-clubbing (as it were) their sanctities together, to make up one poor gaudy-day between themas an economy unworthy of the dispensation.
There'll be no grudge of mine to follow you to the grave, Aunt Jane.
Having accepted your word, I held no further grudge in the matter, and I have as nearly forgotten the whole business as a man with a memory can.
The joint adventure was a failure, and except a little repining on the part of the one for the loss of his advance, and of grudging on that of the other for the waste of his time, no sharper feeling ought to have arisen between them.
How could there be any grudge between me and Quade?
The social, religious, and political grudges with which so many emigrants had left the mother country had not been forgotten and were now revived.
If people nursed grudges after nine and ten years, one would end by no longer seeing anybody.
The farmer considers him as the very ringleader of mischief, and uses all means he can invent for his destruction; the friend of the singing-birds bears him a grudge as the destroyer of their eggs and young; and even the moralist is disposed to condemn him for his cunning and dissimulation.
He took the steward on his back, and when he had carefully carried him half-way across the river he paid off his grudge by dropping him quietly into the water.
"You hold a grudge like a woman, Lee! How was the watch, Buck?
I don't suppose there was ever much harm in him; it was only my grudge about his nightmare.