Which preposition to use with resent

as Occurrences 24%

Her sly fun and gentle malice he resented as insulting, coarse, and unwomanly.

with Occurrences 15%

An elderly lady, a visitor to his mother, had been indiscreet enough to give him some offence, and slights he generally resented with more energy than they often deserved.

in Occurrences 13%

There was none of the grave ceremoniousness he resented in the Atterburys' behavior with them.

to Occurrences 4%

Every true Roman held his wife's or his daughter's honor sacred, and would resent to the death any attempt to violate it; but, by the connivance of corrupt officials, the protection of an upright father was rendered of no avail, by a perjurer being found who would appear before the proper tribunal and swear the maid or woman in question to be his slave.

by Occurrences 4%

A drama must compress into two or three hours material which may be diffused through three volumes of a novel, because spectators are more impatient than readers, and more unequivocally resent by their signs of weariness any disregard of economy, which in the novel may be skipped.

for Occurrences 3%

There were no recriminations, although I resented for a while the tone of benevolent patronage adopted by my benefactors.

on Occurrences 3%

He was not, therefore ill-disposed to resent on the part of Mr. Smirkie the spirit of persecution with which that gentleman seemed to regard his nephew.

without Occurrences 2%

And here in a moment, was Marcos fully in possession of his senses and making a use of them, which Juanita resented without knowing why.

en Occurrences 1%

And such a move they were prepared to resent en masse.

after Occurrences 1%

He could not overlook the fact that Madame de Verneuil had presumed to declare herself hostile to his favourite minister, and had even made a tool of one of the Princes of the Blood; an affront to himself which he resented after his accustomed fashion, by withdrawing himself from her society, and assiduously appearing in the private circle of the Queen.

at Occurrences 1%

She resented at this late date King's way of going; not only had he not told her good-bye, he had left no word with her father for her.

before Occurrences 1%

Eleonora's nature was one to resent before grieving.

beyond Occurrences 1%

The infanta was sent back after her arrival in France, an affront which no nation would soon have forgot, but which the general character and habitual sentiments of the Spaniards inclined them to resent beyond any other people.

about Occurrences 1%

What I resent about it is the solemn certainty with which this system is announced to be the eternal purpose and design of God for man.

from Occurrences 1%

I cannot tell why, unless it was that I resented from Mrs. Sardis even the slightest allusion to the fact that I was not entirely myself.

Which preposition to use with  resent