To feel indignantly aggrieved at.(verb-transitive)
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Use "resent" in a sentence
"Sheâ€ ™ s more hardcore then the Six and can chanel the Specter, which is the only mystical being she ever showed to need proximity to steal his powers in resent DC history."
"What people resent is that CEOs are earning many hundreds of times more than the average employee, earning bonuses for running companies into the ground, and awarding themselves multi-million dollar golden parachutes when they leave a company after laying off half the staff with two weeks notice and no parachute."
"So the pressure I resent is not being applied to me -- it's making people I really like miserable."